Donald Trump explains why U.S.A has recorded the highest COVID-19 figures.

Donald Trump explains why U.S.A has recorded the highest COVID-19 figures.

Donald Trump, the President of America explains why U.S.A has recorded the highest figures in this COVID-19 as he could no longer hold the blames and screams of most Americans.

The United States President, Donald Trump, has said that against views that his administration was not strong enough in the fight against covid-19.

He made this known in a tweet on Wednesday, few  moments after the Coronavirus case in united States of America crossed 1 million (about 30% of the world covid-19 recordes cases).

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However, the figure of deaths in the country is now  the highest as over 59,000 persons has been confirmed dead as a result of the current pandemic.

Note: This is  according to Worldometer figures.

Though Trump quarrels  that knowing citizen’s covid-19 current situation would help the health authorities to know who to carry out treatment on.

In quote, the American president, Donald Trump in his official Twitter account stated..

“The only reason the U.S. has reported one million cases of CoronaVirus is that our Testing is sooo much better than any other country in the World.

“Other countries are way behind us in Testing, and therefore show far fewer cases!,” he said.

Trump also claimed that other countries (like China, Italy etc) covid-19 cases were being under reported for propaganda purposes.

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The World Health Organization, WHO had also made known that due to the  poor testing facilities in some countries, the reported covid-19 cases there may not be the actual fact.

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