President Trump Considering MAJOR Action to Combat Coronavirus

On Wednesday morning, President Trump called an urgent meeting with his team to discuss some matters about the coronavirus.

The President and especially Vice President Mike Pence have been working diligently to contain the virus and limit the spreading of it throughout the country. In fact, the meeting was so important that a hearing before the House Oversight Committee was shortened so that those individuals like Dr. Anthony Fauci could report to the White House for the meeting.

The Daily Wire reported,

President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he was fully prepared to use the full weight of the federal government to combat the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S., which reportedly includes declaring a national disaster to free up nearly $40 billion in immediate aid.

“Trump is considering a declaring a national disaster to free up funds for the federal government’s response to the fast-spreading coronavirus outbreak, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday,” Reuters reported. “Such a declaration, under the Stafford Act, could free up as much as $40 billion in immediate aid, according to Politico.”

President Trump tweeted, “I am fully prepared to use the full power of the Federal Government to deal with our current challenge of the CoronaVirus!”

I think what will likely happen is that a stimulus package bill being proposed by the Democrats and which has already been talked about will likely get passed which will help in some areas.

I also believe that there will definitely be a national emergency declared which will indeed free up the approximately $40 billion in aid which will go toward possibly setting up some additional facilities in order to care for the patients who are in a more severe condition and require ICU treatment.

I don't think that we're going to reach the same level as Italy just because we're a much larger country. For comparison, Italy is smaller than California yet has over 20 million more people living there.

There will be concentrations that are going to be worse than others like we're seeing in Seattle and California, but most of the country will not reach that level.

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