Donald Trump just admitted this one coronavirus regret
President Trump’s response to the coronavirus outbreak will define his time in office.
For better or worse the people will judge the President on how this pandemic plays out in the United States.
And Donald Trump just admitted this one coronavirus regret.
At a recent White House coronavirus taskforce briefing, the President discussed his biggest regret about the pandemic.
And the President admitted that Churches being closed on Easter was his biggest disappointment in this entire ordeal.
“My biggest disappointment is that churches can’t meet in this time of need,” President Trump told the press.
“This is really a great time for churches to be together – for people to be together on a Sunday or any day that they meet.”
The President initially hoped to be able to set a goal of reopening the country and the economy by Easter Sunday.
But dire predictions from task force members Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx showing as many as 240,000 Americans could die from the coronavirus in the coming months led the President to extend the national social distancing guidelines until April 30.
The President has hinted that he believes the economy will be on the road to recovery by June 1.
But that won’t do anything for the tens of millions of Americans who will miss out on celebrating Jesus’s death and resurrection on Easter Sunday.
Many Americans are upset that in states across the country churches are closed and governors are threatening to arrest worshippers who practice their faith while at the same time abortion clinics are deemed “essential business.”
Americans are losing their fundamental freedoms in the name of public health.
They just hope the sacrifice was worth it.