While Trump and other top White House officials publicly attacked Dr. Anthony Fuchi, America’s chief health expert, on Monday, the president’s tweet was the first against “pyrex” openly.
This comes as the Corona virus continues to worsen in America, where more than 150,000 Americans have been killed and more than 4 million infected.
Trump has always tried to reduce concerns about the virus, while pushing for schools and companies to reopen.
In his tweet, Trump wrote: “The Lost Nancy Pelosi said terrible things about Dr. Deborah Perks, stalking her because she was very positive in our good work in fighting China virus, including vaccines and treatments. In order to confront Nancy, Deborah took the bait and struck us . Pathetic!”.
Pyrex sounded the alarm as it appeared on CNN, Sunday, saying the epidemic had reached a new stage.
“What we see today is different from March and April. It is unusually common. It is in the countryside as equal areas with urban areas,” Pyrex added, noting that some Americans in multi-generational families should start wearing masks inside their homes.
She did not object to a warning by former Federal Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb that there might be 300,000 deaths from the Corona virus by the end of the year, saying “everything is possible.”
“Pyrex” also responded to comments by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who said on ABC’s “This Week”, that she did not trust the workforce coordinator, because the president continued to spread misleading information.
“I think the president is spreading misinformation about the virus, which is specific to it, so I have no confidence there,” Pelosi said.
Then, Pyrex defended itself on Sunday.
On Monday, CNN correspondent Jim Acosta asked Trump: Why do health experts contradict the Coronavirus Coronavirus.
And then the president objected, saying, “I think we’re doing a great job.”
He did not seize the opportunity for journalists to criticize “Pyrex” or expand his talk about his tweet on Monday morning.
Pyrex has developed a close relationship with the White House, which has tarnished its reputation among some public health experts. While she avoided publicly criticizing the administration.