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Trump enjoys the weekend at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Victoria.
Trump enjoys the weekend at his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Victoria.

As the death toll of the new crown pneumonia in the United States approaches the 100,000 mark, President Trump played golf for the weekend, regaining his club for the first time in more than two months, triggering new controversy. He also announced that he will watch a manned space rocket launch into space next week in Florida, highlighting his eagerness to push the American people back to normal life. Democratic presidential candidate Biden criticized: “Nearly 100,000 people were killed and tens of millions were unemployed. At the same time, the president was playing golf.”

Trump spent 35 minutes on Saturday from the White House to Victoria Jania. The accompanying Secret Service staff wore masks, but Trump did not. Trump then arrived at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Victoria, to enjoy the weekend. This is his visit to the high court again after 75 days since March 8.

In a recent interview, Trump also complained, “I haven’t played (highball) since the outbreak. Really, I haven’t played in a long time. I’m really busy.” According to CNN statistics, this golf trip was the 265th trip to Trump’s own golf club since he took office. Ironically, during Obama’s presidency, Trump often complained that Obama spent his time on the fairway. After the first local case of Ebola infection in the United States in 2014, Trump tweeted that Obama would not play the big game in the White House, but went to Victoria to play highball.

On the same day last Saturday, there were more than 1.6 million confirmed cases in the United States and more than 98,000 deaths. White House anti-epidemic expert Burks said on Friday that if players maintain a social distance and do not touch the flagpole, they can play golf safely. Former Vice President Biden tweeted: “Nearly 100,000 people were killed and tens of millions were unemployed. At the same time, the president was busy playing golf.” Some American media pointed out that Trump is going to play highball at this time. To some extent, they are encouraging the American people to go out and “create an atmosphere in which life can return to normal.” In addition to playing highball, the White House confirmed that Trump will go to the Florida rocket launch site on Wednesday to witness the United States once again launch a manned space rocket from the homeland after nine years, sending two astronauts to the International Space Station.

The front page of the New York Times, published on Sunday, was titled “The death toll in the United States is approaching 100,000, and the uncountable loss”. A full-page publication of the obituary of 1,000 infected people, listing their names, ages and brief introductions Sadly, mark this sad “milestone”.

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