Lara Trump: Trump's handling of coronavirus crisis shows America what real leadership looks like

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Our country is facing a challenging time. Americans are feeling anxious about their health, fear of what lies ahead, and sadness for what has been lost as a result of COVID-19. Yet, as Americans, we are resilient when we face adversity and during this time, we have seen the great spirit of Americans helping each other.
Unprecedented times call for a strong leader. My father-in-law, President Trump, is showing what leadership looks like in a time of crisis. He is taking bold and historic steps to combat COVID-19.
While Democrats and the media were obsessing over impeachment, the president took early and effective actions to stop the spread of coronavirus. He ordered travel restrictions on China and Europe and restricted our southern and northern borders. Less than a month after learning of the virus, the CDC began working on a vaccine. By March, the president announced that the first potential vaccine entered a "phase on"e trial, breaking records for the speed it moved Save as Draftto trials.
While these scientific developments were taking place, the president and the administration led efforts to support states, small businesses, jobs and American families. They’ve waived interest rates on federally held student loans and afforded borrowers the option to suspend payments. They have prioritized the health care of our most vulnerable veterans, and deployed tens of thousands of masks, gowns and other medical devices to states in need.
Our country is facing a challenging time. Americans are feeling anxious about their health, fear of what lies ahead, and sadness for what has been lost as a result of COVID-19. Yet, as Americans, we are resilient when we face adversity and during this time, we have seen the great spirit of Americans helping each other.

Unprecedented times call for a strong leader. My father-in-law, President Trump, is showing what leadership looks like in a time of crisis. He is taking bold and historic steps to combat COVID-19.
While Democrats and the media were obsessing over impeachment, the president took early and effective actions to stop the spread of coronavirus. He ordered travel restrictions on China and Europe and restricted our southern and northern borders. Less than a month after learning of the virus, the CDC began working on a vaccine. By March, the president announced that the first potential vaccine entered a "phase on"e trial, breaking records for the speed it moved Save as Draftto trials.
While these scientific developments were taking place, the president and the administration led efforts to support states, small businesses, jobs and American families. They’ve waived interest rates on federally held student loans and afforded borrowers the option to suspend payments. They have prioritized the health care of our most vulnerable veterans, and deployed tens of thousands of masks, gowns and other medical devices to states in need.


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