Guess Who Trump Just Announced as Head of Coronavirus Response?

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump announced who will be leading the administration's coronavirus response. It will be none other than Vice President Mike Pence! Personally, I feel safer already!

“The number one priority from our standpoint is the health and safety of the American people,”Trump said, “We are ready to adapt if we have to, as the disease spreads, if it spreads. We’re very, very ready for this.”

“I don’t think it’s inevitable,” he continued, “It could be at a very small level.”

Trump added, “Whatever happens, we’re totally prepared, we have the best people in the world. … It’s going to be very well under control."

Yet even as he sought to bolster confidence in his administration’s response, the president contradicted officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who told lawmakers and reporters on Tuesday that the spread of the disease in the U.S. is inevitable.

Trump did repeatedly praise his team, including those at the CDC, saying they all wanted to protect the country.

The CDC’s Anne Schuchat said there will be more cases, and urged the public to be prepared.

“The trajectory of what we’re looking at over the weeks and months ahead is very uncertain,” she said.

She said now was the perfect time for businesses, universities and schools to “look at their pandemic preparedness plans, dust them off and make sure that they’re ready.”

Pence said his role would be to work with the task force to bring the “best options for action” to the president and to “see to the safety and well-being and health of the American people.”

“All they’re trying to do is get a political advantage. This isn’t about political advantage. We’re all trying to do the right thing. They shouldn’t be saying, ‘this is terrible. President Trump isn’t asking for enough money.’ How stupid a thing to say. If they want to give us more money that’s okay we’ll take more money," Pence added.

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