US President Trump pointed at Harvard University at a news conference on the New Coronary Pneumonia Epidemic yesterday, pointing out that the institution, known as the richest university in the United States, charged hundreds of dollars under the huge economic stimulus plan announced by the government earlier. 10,000 dollars in funding. Trump asked Harvard to return the money or the government would take action. Harvard University responded by stating that it would keep the money to help students in need.
Harvard University received nearly $ 41 billion in donations from various parties last year. Trump said that there are reasons to ask the school to hand over government funds to fund the school. He said: “Harvard, you have to return the money. I hope Harvard will return the money, OK? If they do n’t, we will take some action. I do n’t like this at all. The money What is to be provided to workers is not used to finance one of the richest institutions in the world. “The
government announced last month a $ 2.2 trillion stimulus package. The Ministry of Education was allocated US $ 30.8 billion to provide assistance to schools and universities in need. It is reported that Harvard University was allocated $ 8.6 million. Shortly after Trump’s speech, Harvard University issued a message on the social platform. It did not directly respond to the “backwater” request. It just showed that the money would be used to help students with urgent financial needs affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic. Not used in the school itself.
According to the Harvard University News, in 2019, the school received a total of $ 40.9 billion in donations from various parties, which is the world ’s top university. However, due to the impact of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic on the global economy, the amount of donations may drop to 35 billion About US dollars.