“We have to be remembered for what's been done” says Trump in New Year's video message
On Thursday, the White House posted a holiday video message from U.S. President Donald Trump, who has yet to concede his November election defeat to Democrat Joe Biden, in which he praised his administration’s accomplishments, which he said included its handling of the coronavirus pandemic and rebuilding the economy.
Trump returned to Washington early from his Florida resort on Thursday, keeping up his fight with Congress over a defence bill and coronavirus aid cheques while chronicling the “historic victories” of his outgoing administration on Twitter.
“We have to be remembered for what’s been done,” he said.
Trump, who had COVID-19 in October, frequently played down the severity of the pandemic and oversaw a response many health experts have criticized as disorganized, cavalier and sometimes ignored the science behind virus transmission.
Trump said the United States has produced a COVID-19 vaccine in record time and he had correctly predicted this would come before the year’s end.
The United States has been one of the countries worst-hit by COVID-19 and leads the world in terms of fatalities, with nearly 340,000 deaths officially attributed to the virus.
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