KEY POINTS

  • Hillary Clinton lectured Donald Trump on Twitter
  • Social media users defended Donald Trump from Hillary Clinton
  • Donald Trump rated his coronavirus response a perfect 10

Hillary Clinton lectured Donald Trump on Twitter, but netizens defended the POTUS.

The President of the United States has received intense backlash for the way he handles the coronavirus outbreak. The former first lady took to social media to tell Trump what to do and even warned him that if he hasn’t done what she mentioned, he is failing the Americans.

“Let’s try this again, @realdonaldtrump: Hospitals are already running out of ventilators and beds. Nurses are using bandanas as masks.If you’ve already ordered more with the Defense Production Act, tell us now. If you haven’t, you’re failing to lead and failing Americans,” Hillary wrote.

However, the ex-FLOTUS’ suggestion was met with criticisms. Several defended Trump and told Hillary to let Trump do his job.

“Let the PRESIDENT do his thing. You wouldn’t know what the job entails,” @JoeySalads commented.

“He is doing everything he can to save lives...I mean, it's not like he got the call and then went back to bed—leaving everyone to die, and then blamed it on a YouTube video,” @CarpeDonktum  wrote.

Some also attacked Hillary. Author, host and comedian Tim Young fired back at the ex-FLOTUS by telling her, ”Let’s try this again Hillary: You’ll never be President.” 

Meanwhile, another said that Hillary is not in a position to demand anything from Trump. A different user also questioned what Hillary has done to help aside from tweeting and releasing a multi-million documentary about herself.

Some also supported Hillary. One said that she would have done a better job if she was elected.

Trump said earlier that he has always treated COVID-19 “very seriously.” Netizens also reacted to this and reminded the POTUS how he called the pandemic a hoax. At some point he even compared it to the common flu.

Despite the backlash the POTUS has been receiving, he remains positive about his decisions. When he was asked to rate his response to the coronavirus outbreak, Trump did not hesitate to give himself a perfect 10. But others wondered why he didn’t say 11, when he often does that, prompting them to conclude that the POTUS knew he failed.

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