President Trump addressed the country last night in a Fox News virtual town hall in which he took questions from viewers. The president fielded questions from Americans from the Lincoln Memorial and acknowledged valid fears on both sides of the issue when it comes to opening up the country. He said that some people are worried about getting sick; others are reeling from lost jobs and livelihoods.
Trump generally backed the efforts of America's governors to manage the crisis, saying that each state will have a different approach to reopening their economies. He was confident that the country could have an economic recovery without risking lives. While he wants the states to go at their own pace while re-opening and getting back to normal, he also said that “some states, frankly, I think aren’t going fast enough.”
The President was also asked about the possibility of a vaccine and he mentioned that the White House is pushing very hard to get a vaccine produced quickly and believes that one could be available by the end of the year.
Source: Fox News