A man crosses the street in a nearly empty Times Square in New York, which is usually very crowded on a weekday morning, on March 23. New York City, which alone has over 10,000 cases of infection, is on the verge of running out of medical supplies. Photo: AP
Brian P. Klein
Opinion

Opinion

Brian P. Klein

Bungled, chaotic White House response to coronavirus discredits Trump, but won’t stop the US winning the Covid-19 fight

  • The US president’s apparent reluctance to use emergency powers to ramp up production of critical medical supplies and equipment puts lives at risk
  • His whining about not getting the credit he deserves hardly befits a ‘wartime president’, as he claims to be
A man crosses the street in a nearly empty Times Square in New York, which is usually very crowded on a weekday morning, on March 23. New York City, which alone has over 10,000 cases of infection, is on the verge of running out of medical supplies. Photo: AP
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