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Hollywood celebrities descended on the President’s Trump to use social media to get a big bang for its handling of the growing feline corona virus (COVID-19), and outbreaks after that of the president to the nation from the Oval Office on a strategy to contain the virus.
Trump on Wednesday announced in a televised address that the united states is suspending all travel from Europe to the united states for 30 days, starting on Friday at midnight in an effort to slow the spread of the corona virus.
His address came hours after the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19, a world-wide pandemic, and the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. has increased to more than 1,200. He said the new travel exemptions do not apply to the United Kingdom.
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In spite of the threat of the corona virus, a lot of distinct TV and movie celebrities took to Twitter after the Home’s address to lambaste the president for what they see as his abuse of the time.
Actress Rosanna Arquette was one of the first to direct a few harsh words, tweeting: “his Psychosis has become the standard and this is more dangerous than ever, the evil empire must go on ..vote blue no matter what.”
“At this point, we can, objectively, be better to ignore this place. The zero trust. The zero level of transparency. Zero to be exact. Every time he talks about it, he drenches himself in a poisonous self-serving. With disastrous results. What is the point of the deceived? This is very dangerous, now, and forever,” and wrote “Westworld” star Jeffrey Wright.
‘Strength is in the admission of, as of now, it is a Pandemic, and asserting that he had started, with the fastest way of finding out,” said Patricia Arquette.
Mia Farrow took on a much more subtle jab at Trump, writing, “Low-power orange.”
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Comedian Kumail Nanjiani has questioned the wisdom of a travel ban.
Trying to fight off the corona virus due to the limit of travel is between Europe and the united states, it is as if it is trying to clean up a coffee spill, by the washing of the cup,” he wrote.
Celebrities are reacting to Donald Trump’s Oval Office address on the corona virus.
“It will continue to spread at exactly the same rate it is today. He’s not doing anything. None of this will be to slow down,” actor Ethan Embry tweeted.
MEDICAL QUESTION: I’m not too worried about catching the virus, but when I look at the president’s Oval Office address, that will my mind explode?” wrote comedian Michael Ian Black.
In addition, he was still in with a shout in which it was stated that: “For three years, I have been told that George W. Bush is the worst modern president, but I think that this discussion tonight, he would have passed on the torch. Happy Birthday, Don. You are officially the dumbest sack of s— ever to occupy the Oval Office.”
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“Supergirl” star, Jon Cryer retweeted a call to come Home to his dismissal from the office.