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Weekend Reads Coronavirus: Obama accuses Trump of having "completely messed up" in his management of the pandemic

12:45  25 october  2020
12:45  25 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The election is approaching in the United States and as a result, languages ​​are becoming increasingly loose. Lover of punchlines, have a good Sunday and aim instead: former US President Barack Obama on Saturday accused his successor Donald Trump of having "completely messed up" in his management of the Covid-19 , during a meeting support for Democratic candidate Joe Biden in Miami, Florida. “Eight months after the start of this pandemic, new cases are still breaking records,” he said.

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"This pandemic would have been difficult to manage for any president", "but the idea that this White House did anything other than screw up completely is absurd", he added to ten days of the presidential election of November 3.

"He is not even able to protect himself"

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In front of Floridians who came by car for this meeting in "drive-in" format, which punctuated his speech with honking, the first black president of the United States criticized the Republican billionaire for still not have a plan to fight the coronavirus.

“Donald Trump is not suddenly going to protect us. He is not even able to take the most basic precautions to protect himself, "he quipped, three weeks after the hospitalization of the president-candidate who had contracted Covid-19.

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The appeal to Florida

"He does not even recognize that there is a problem," added Barack Obama, in response to the ex-real estate mogul who again predicted on Saturday, during a meeting in North Carolina, which we would no longer hear about the pandemic after the election.

This is the second rally in days for the former Democratic president, of which Joe Biden was vice president. He called for the mobilization of his camp in Florida , a key state which voted for him in 2008 and 2012 but which Donald Trump won in 2016. “You elected me twice, Florida. Now I ask you to elect Joe, ”he hammered.

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