Trump says he would not have responded to the coronavirus pandemic differently
President Trump on May 20 said he would have done nothing differently in the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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-Mr President, with 4% of the world's population and 30% of the outbreak, what would you have done differently, facing this crisis? -Well, nothing. If you take New York and New Jersey, which were very hard-hit, we were very, very low. And, in terms of morbidity and, in terms of, you look at the death, relatively speaking, we're at the lowest level, along with Germany. Germany, us. There could've been some smaller countries, too, perhaps. I'd like to ask you, maybe, about that, if I could. But we've done, you know, amazingly well. I think the biggest thing we did is stopping the inflow from China into our country. And Deborah was a big supporter of that, I mean, in terms of how important it turned out to be, and so was Tony Fauci. They were very, very. Tony said we saved thousands and thousands of lives. That was a great decision that was made, and that was made very early.