• President Donald Trump, reportedly, did not look good during the most-recent coronavirus meeting
  • Melania Trump's husband did not feel the need to get tested for the deadly COVID-19
  • President Donald Trump  believes COVID-19 will be gone very soon so Americans should stay calm

President Donald Trump is, undeniably, one of the most-talked-about leaders worldwide today. Though the husband of First Lady Melania Trump has been working very hard to make "America great again," critics continue to make fun and condemn the POTUS and his administration. Recently, Barron’s dad made headlines again after he, reportedly, appeared "terrible" during an assembly in Capitol Hill, Tuesday.

Political Flare reported that the President did not look good during the coronavirus meeting. The online publication shared Donald’s makeup was “thick and orange” while his pupils and eye bags were huge. During the event, the POTUS revealed the White House physician told him that he does not need to get tested for the COVID-19. However, Donald said he is interested in doing so if needs be.

“I don’t think it’s a big deal. I would do it. I don’t feel any reason. I feel extremely good. I feel very good, but I guess it’s not a big deal to get tested and it’s something I would do,” President Donald Trump told the members of the press, per NPR. “I spoke to the White House doctor — terrific guy, talented guy — he said he sees no reason to do it. There’s no symptoms, no anything,” he went on.

The President, also, suggested that people should remain calm amid the health crisis because coronavirus will be gone soon. Ivanka Trump’s father even compared the COVID-19 to the common flu, which he claimed killed a total of 8,000 Americans. "So you have 8,000 versus 26 deaths at this time — with all of that being said, we're taking this unbelievably seriously and I think were doing a very good job," he stated.

To address the economic concerns amid the coronavirus outbreak, the POTUS told the reporters that the administration will ask Congress to pass payroll tax relief and other quick measures. President Trump added he is asking help so that hourly-wage workers can still get their paychecks on time and, not suffer and be penalized for the things they are not responsible for.

President Donald Trump, also, announced that his administration is considering to distribute relief packages for American workers affected by the coronavirus outbreak. However, he did not mention his previous claims that his political adversaries are using the health crisis to make issues against him. "We have a very strong economy but this came — but this blindsided the world, and I think we've handled it very, very well. I think they've done a great job," he said, per CNN.