If only President Barack Obama had been able to run for three terms, the US would have been in such a better place. The New York Times listed 1,000 people who died in this terrible war against coronavirus. Add 99 pages to that one, and we see the ungodly cost of this pandemic.
While Trump is out on the golf course maskless, Obama offered the nation some insight into how other countries have dealt with COVID-19. The 44th president ignored 45 and tweeted:
‘And here’s more on the approach Sweden has taken, which differs from some of its neighbors:’
Then, Obama showed how important tests are. They catch the hotspots before they become raging fires:
‘South Korea has focused on testing to guard against outbreaks:’
Obama trusts Americans on how to carry out the battle against this debilitating disease once he points them in the right direction. This is what leaders do — otherwise, they are not leaders:
‘As all 50 states begin the process of reopening, here are three articles that offer some lessons from other countries about the tradeoffs and policies involved. First, here’s what European nations have done to support workers:’
The last president to sit in the Oval Office desk chair before Trump lets the country know there will be an end to this pandemic. He offers them hope. He shows the nation that other countries have made it, and how it happened.
Just by standing in contrast to Donald Trump, Barack Obama reminds people how to move past POTUS and why they should want to do so. Obama stands side-by-side with the presumed Democratic opponent, his former Vice President Joe Biden.
Twitter world went wild after President Obama tweets appeared. Check out these favorite Americans’ tweets below:
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