President Donald Trump, in an interview with ABC News on Tuesday, said he had “a lot of things going on” that avoided his government from restocking the national stockpile of medical and safety equipment during his three years in the White House. Trump was asked about his previous comments about “empty cupboards” for medical equipment he allegedly inherited from his predecessor and what he did to rectify that inadequacy during his three years as president. “Well, I’ll be honest. I have[ sic] a lot of things going on, ” Trump said. “We have a lot of people that to refuse the country to be successful.” “Then they did Ukraine, Ukraine; and that was a total hoax, ” Trump added, is a reference to a whistleblower grievance that snowballed into his impeachment. “Then they impeached the president of the United Commonwealth for absolutely no reason.” Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
President Donald Trump, in an interview with ABC News on Tuesday, said he had “a lot of things going on” that prevented his administration from restocking the national stockpile of medical equipment security quantities during his three years in the White House.
In the interview, ABC News anchor David Muir referred back to Trump’s comments in April, in which the president accused President Barack Obama and his government for imparting “us empty cupboards” saying it prevented him from effectively combatting the coronavirus in the US. See the rest of the tale at Business Insider
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