Trump Boasts He Likely Saved ‘Billions’ Of Lives In A Nation With 330 Million People

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Donald Trumpbusted his boastful exaggeration record Saturday when he claimed he likely saved “billions” of lives with his measures against Covid-19. The complete population of the united states is merely 330 million.

Trump claimed Monday he saved “thousands” or possibly “thousands” of lives because in later January he restricted foreign nationals from entering the united states if they have been in China the previous fourteen days. The restrictions didn’t apply to Americans, however, allowing a conduit for the disease to enter the US.

Trump made his outlandish billions say at his press briefing Saturday. Predicated on some models, the Covid-19 death toll in america was predicted to attain 100,000 to 220,000, he noted. “I do believe it might have been billions of folks [who died] had we not done what we did,” he added. “We made a lot of good decisions,” he claimed.

“It could have been billions of individuals if we’d not done what we should did” — Trump absurdly says that his proceed to restrict travel from China kept a billion or more lives
– Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 18, 2020

A couple of eight billion people in the complete world, so it’s possible Trump was taking credit for saving a fantastic amount of lives around the world for some unknown reason. THE UNITED STATES has nearly a third of the 2 2.3m Covid-19 situations around the world – the best on earth – but only 4.2% of the Earth’s population. THE UNITED STATES also has the best range of deaths – 36,000 – of any country. So whatever measures the nation is taking don’t seem to be particularly successful.

Trump, however, declared Saturday that the US has “produced drastically better health outcomes than some other country with the possible exception of Germany.”

It’s uncertain what an accurate Covid-19 death toll prediction will end up being, or how many will ultimately die. But several experts have said that Trump’s months of inaction with a lack of tests, disease contact isolation and early on social distancing measures likely cost many lives in the us.