Trump believes there may be vaccine by end of year
May 05 2020
Speaking of China's handling of the crisis Trump said: "I think, personally, they made a terrible mistake, and they didn't want to admit it". He added that a vaccine could take 18 months to develop, though it "could be as little as 9 months or as long as two years", due to the sheer number of approaches being tested by multiple companies at the same time.
"A lot of people want to go back", Trump told the moderators.
"You get a job where you make more money", he said.
A team of researchers at Oxford University in the United Kingdom are also working on coronavirus vaccine and they have said that their vaccine if it proves effective, could become availabe in the market by September 2020.
Despite the opposition of Michigan's Republican-controlled Legislature, Whitmer has extended a state of emergency declaration and directed most businesses statewide to remain closed. The global death toll from COVID-19 stands at over 247,100.
Worse, the previously booming U.S. economy, which was seen as a golden ticket to his second term, is now in dire straits due to the nationwide lockdown.
The woman in that case, who claimed she was following Trump's advice despite openly attacking Trump on social media, is now under criminal investigation for her husband's death by poison.
Speaking the day before the Senate returns to Washington, Trump said it was possible that federal coronavirus aid could rise to $6 trillion from the almost $3 trillion Congress has already passed to try to ease the heavy economic toll of the crisis.
Pointing to the statue of Abraham Lincoln, Trump recalled that he also got bad press. "What the World Health Organization did, they missed every single call".
To that end, Trump will begin traveling again, with a trip to a mask factory in Arizona planned for Tuesday. Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche said last month that a coronavirus vaccine probably won't be ready before the end of 2021.
Newsweek reached out to White House and FDA for additional information. He won, becoming a national hero.
President Trump can be seen underneath the large statue of Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
President Trump said that he acted the way he did, because he was dealing with a "hostile" press.
Critics have pointed out that by leaning into President Trump's rhetoric, Pompeo is setting a potentially worrisome precedent.
His self-declared greatness is questioned by many Americans.
Trump responded by complaining that Bush was "nowhere to be found" when he was battling off an impeachment attempt in Congress past year.