"President Trump, U.S. testing is also better than any country in the world"

Author
Janne Pak
Date
2020-03-31 00:46
(3-30-2020)      by: Janne Pak


@President Trump Speak to White House Correspondent at Rose Garden.(3-30-2020)

In a briefing with COVID19 members at Rose Garden today, President Trump was asked by a reporter that the United States wants to test as many people as South Korea, and that Korea and the United States may differ in terms of population and environment. He also said that tests in the United States are better than in any other country, and that the United States has conducted far more tests than any other country in the world.

President Trump also said it would extend social distance by the end of April.

President Trump Said:
We have areas of country that’s very tight. I know South Korea better than anybody. It’s a — very tight. Do you know how many people are in Seoul? Do you know how big the city of Seoul is?

Thirty-eight million people. That’s bigger than anything we have. Thirty-eight million people all tightly wound together.

We have vast farmlands. We have vast areas where they don’t have much of a problem. In some cases, they have no problem whatsoever. We have done more tests. What I didn’t — I didn’t talk about per capita. We have done more tests, by far, than any country in the world, by far.

Our testing is also better than any country in the world. And when you look at that, as simple as that looks, that’s something that’s a game changer, and every country wants that. Every country.

So rather than asking a question like that, you should congratulate the people that have done this testing, because we inherited — this administration inherited a broken system, a system that was obsolete, a system that didn’t work. It was okay for a tiny, small group of people, but once you got beyond that, it didn’t work.

We have built an incredible system to the fact, where we have now done more tests than any other country in the world. And now the technology is really booming.

I just spoke to — well, I spoke to a lot. I’m not going to even mention. I spoke to a number of different testing companies today, and the job that they’ve done and the job that they’re doing is incredible.

by: Janne Pak
(White House Correspondent)

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(Janne Pak, White House Correspondent)
She is the only female Journalist who has been dealing withe the Korean Peninsula Issues for over 20 years. Hold the Credentials of the White House, Pentagon, State Department, Congress.