Monday his government "meets the scene" and "predominates" on coronavirus testing even if the White House itself has become a powerful symbol of American risks across the world by slowly purchasing all those who enter the West Wing to wear a mask. President Donald Trump has insisted that
Trump spoke to a wider public of Rose Garden with officials wearing a mask, some of them publicly appearing during the outbreak, and two aids tested positive for COVID-19 at the end of last week. The astonishing view only further emphasized the challenge facing the president of building faith in a nation still bogged down by the pandemic.
In order to stress the American people 's steps towards ensuring their safety, Trump himself, not wearing masks, sought to coax them in order to resume normal activities.
The president was already sorely concerned with the lack of coronavirus tests, but he insisted once again that anyone who would like a test could get one. The pledge, first provided over two months ago by Trump, is provided as the governors throughout the country continue to encourage the federal government to do more to improve supply to fulfill the requirements needed to "reopen" the nation.
The new safeguards to keep Trump safe have undermined the upbeat message. They are shown by the absence of Vice President Mike Pence, and of three top medical experts of the nation who have been isolated from one of the most protected facilities in the US after two cases of COVID-19.
A staff document on Monday told "everyone who enters the western wing to wear a mask or facial cover." Staff can remove their facial coverings if they are six meters away from colleagues at least. The Directive does not seem to apply to the chairman.