USA: Trump signs $8.3 billion measure to help tackle coronavirus outbreak

Trump gave spoke to the press in the Oval office in Washington DC on Frida, as he signed an emergency bill to help combat the coronavirus outbreak in the United States. «We're doing very well. But it's an unforeseen problem, what a problem. It came out of nowhere. We're taking care of it. We have big news on the ship. A lot of things are happening on the ship. People are being tested right now... Еще. And I just spoke to the governor of California, Gavin Newsom. We had a good conversation with both working on the ship together. It's close to 5-thousand people so big ship. We're doing testing on those people,» said Trump in reference to the Grand Princess cruise ship being held off San Francisco after one infected passenger died. Asked about whether he thought sexism had anything to do with Elizabeth Warren dropping out of the Democratic Presidential race, Trump responded that she had a «tremendous lack of talent» and added that “people don't like her. She's a very mean person and people don't like her. People don't want that. They like a person like me that's not mean.” Trump also took some time to warn about former vice president Joe Biden, saying that in many ways he is «worse than Bernie» Sanders, and would «raise taxes incredibly.» The bill Trump signed will effectively provide money to federal public health agencies for treatment, vaccines and evaluations related to the coronavirus. Fourteen people have died in the U.S. from the disease and over two-hundred have been infected across eighteen states, according to the latest available data.

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