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Donald Trump shock: POTUS predicts victory over coronavirus pandemic ‘sooner’ than people expected

DOD photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jette Carr/Wikimedia Commons

Donald Trump just made a shocking prediction about the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

In the recent coronavirus news press conference at the White House, the POTUS attempted to appease the worries of Americans amid the outbreak.

“I will not stop until we win. This will be a great victory. It’s going to be a victory that, in my opinion, will happen much sooner than originally expected,” he said.

Melania Trump’s husband also said that the entire country has been united in trying to prevent the spread of coronavirus. He also praised the people in his team for everything that they have been doing.

“I have the best people in the world. Look at the approval numbers on the job we’re doing. I think we’re doing an incredible job, so I don’t want to disturb them, bother them. I don’t think I’m gonna learn much. And you know, I guess you could say there’s probably a natural inclination not to call. Now, if I felt that if I called, I’d learn something, and that would save one life — it would save one life, OK? — I would make the call in 10 minutes, but I don’t see that happening,” he said.

However, Trump’s statement received a slew of different reactions from Americans.

“Well, if you listen to him, ‘originally expected’ was like three weeks ago. Around the time all went to [expletive],” Twitter user @FollowerHart said.

“Can someone beg him to STFU so the markets can go up?” Twitter user @QContarian said.

“Thanks, Mr. President @realDonaldTrump for your generosity,” Twitter user @BecksN60 said.

“God Bless President Trump,” Twitter user @MADE_USA said.

“American citizens, please understand that @SpeakerPelosi is working specifically for her party while @realDonaldTrump is working for us, the American people. The 100 percent truth is #NervousNancy and crying @SenSchumer are holding America hostage with their version of the stimulus,” Twitter user @UnwaveringSptr said.

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