Donald Trump States He Will Sign Executive Order To Suspend Migration To U.S.

Donald Trump States He Will Sign Executive Order To Suspend Migration To U.S.

President Donald Trump tweeted Monday night that he prepares to sign an executive order briefly suspending migration to the United States.

Trump stated he wishes to conserve tasks and avoid the “Undetectable Opponent,” or coronavirus, from entering the U.S. from other nations.

Because of the attack from the Unnoticeable Opponent, in addition to the need to secure the tasks of our FANTASTIC American People, I will be signing an Executive Order to briefly suspend immigration into the United States!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 21, 2020

The U.S. presently has the highest variety of recorded coronavirus cases of any country on the planet. According to Johns Hopkins University, which keeps a record of COVID-19- associated data, the U.S. had 786,638 of the 2.5 million cases internationally.

The next closest nation was Spain, with 200,210 recorded cases, though China’s overall is presumed to be much higher than reported.

While some have implicated Trump of being sluggish to respond to the coronavirus danger, the president often mentions his choice to prohibit travel from China as an example of early action.

The Centers for Illness Control revealed the very first travel-related case of COVID-19 on January21 Trump unveiled his restriction 10 days later on, and it worked on February 2.

On Monday, just hours prior to announcing the immigration restriction, Trump once again touted his China decision, stating that it “was a very hard thing to do”:

TRUMP: I took coronavirus really seriously

ALCINDOR: You held rallies in February and March

TRUMP: I have not left the White House in months

ALCINDOR: You held a rally in March

TRUMP: Did I hold a rally? I’m sorry

— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 20, 2020

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