Trump takes aim at United States pharma in Ireland

The US will have a coronavirus vaccine before the new year, President Donald Trump said Sunday.

At the event, Trump said that a vaccine may be available by the end of the year, an earlier timeline than a number of health officials who have said that it would be a year to 18 months or more. "So it got us to where we are today". "I think you can really have it both ways".

He said there are now more than 750 Us companies with investments in Ireland and over 500 Irish companies that employ 100,000 Americans.

Some are more optimistic: the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington predicts a total of 72,000 deaths by June 1, but its authors have said they plan to revise their methodology. But she said, "The question I have is about your manner of presentation. The animosity is mutual and I think, sort of bravado like that seems over the top to Americans and also could strike some people as whining", he added. This virus started in China, and it should've been stopped long before it spread rapidly across the globe.

The town hall - or community meeting featuring viewers' questions - was meant to relaunch his presidential campaign in lieu of rallies.

Asked if another country could "beat us" on creating a vaccine, Trump said it's not like him to say as he just wants a vaccine.

He said the economic ties between the U.S. and Ireland will be "more important than ever as we seek to recover from the COVID-19 crisis".

For weeks, Trump has blamed China for the crisis that has killed at least 67,682 people in the US. Returning to campus for commencement will require graduates to self-isolate for 14 days, but Trump insisted the event poses no risk to the cadets. "I didn't think it was necessary, but I should have worn a mask at the Mayo Clinic", he said.

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Federal guidelines that encouraged people to stay at home and practice social distancing expired late last week.

The Senate plans to reopen on Monday, while the House remains shuttered.

"There have been many, many states where mobility is starting to go up, even before the social distancing mandates are coming off", said the institute's director Christopher Murray.

US public health officials have said a vaccine is probably a year to 18 months away.

The US President, Donald Trump, has vowed to bring US pharmaceutical manufacturing back to America, making specific reference to Ireland.

Though the administration's handling of the pandemic, particularly its ability to conduct widespread testing, has come under fierce scrutiny, the president tried to shift the blame to China and said the US was ready to begin reopening.

While about half of US states moved towards reopening, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Saturday pushed back against what he called "premature demands", saying he knew people were struggling without jobs but that more understanding of the new coronavirus was needed.

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