"we did the right thing, because maybe it would have been 2 million people died instead of whatever that final number will be, which could be 60 (thousand), could be 70 (thousand), could be 75 (thousand), could be 55 (thousand)."
Donald Trump - April 10
"We did a lot of work, and the people of this country were incredible, I have to say. And I think we're heading to the other category, and that would be if we did work and if it was successful, they had between 100,000 and 220,000 to 240,000 on the upside. And I think we'll be substantially, hopefully, below the hundred number. And I think, right now, we're heading at probably around 60-, maybe 65,000."
Donald Trump - April 17
"We're going toward 50- or 60,000 people. That's at the lower -- as you know, the low number was supposed to be 100,000 people. We -- we could end up at 50 to 60."
Donald Trump - April 20
"we'll be at 100,000, 110, higher -- the lower level of what was projected if we did the shutdown, but still, you're talking about, I say, two Yankee Stadiums of people. It's unacceptable."
Donald Trump - May 8
Donald Trump, misleadership you can depend on.