What Trump Needs To Say
There has never been a more important time, since perhaps World War II, for the president of the United States to bring the country together. Here is what he should say.
JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING/NAPLES, FLORIDA – Recently, a reporter at the daily White House coronavirus briefing asked US President Donald Trump what he would say to his fearful fellow citizens.
Here is what America still needs to hear from its leader.
“My fellow citizens, this is a terrible time for our country and for the world. We are in the midst of a brutal war as challenging as any that humankind has fought. But this fight is not between countries. It is between human civilization and a virus that threatens to upend it.
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