President Donald Trump said Thursday that the Senate should pass a “great” bill to address the spread of the coronavirus.
“We need a bill,” Trump told reporters in the White House Rose Garden.
Trump is urging Congress to give the administration more flexibility in its plans for the coronivirus, which has caused widespread deaths and caused a global health crisis.”
I have a feel that will get done, because we have a great president, we have great Congressmen, we do have a lot of good things that are happening, I think it will be good for the country.”
Trump is urging Congress to give the administration more flexibility in its plans for the coronivirus, which has caused widespread deaths and caused a global health crisis.
The president on Wednesday signed an executive order to make certain the U.S. is prepared for the spread and control of coronaviruses, which are caused by the coronovirus.
Trump said it will help prevent another pandemic.
“The only thing that really matters is our health and safety,” Trump said at a White House ceremony to mark National Concussion Awareness Week.
“I think it’s going to be a tremendous amount of work.”
Trump has faced criticism from some Republicans who want to roll back the government’s role in overseeing the coronave.
“No president can do this,” House Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters Wednesday.
“The coronaviral has been a problem for decades, and no president can deal with this crisis.”
Trump said he would sign the executive order and the legislation would be unveiled in the coming days.
Trump has also called for the U and UK to move quickly to implement a plan to control the coronaves.
The two countries agreed in January to spend $1.9 billion over three years to test for COVID in hospitals, schools and other facilities.
The White House has been under pressure from congressional Republicans and the Obama administration to make changes to the coronacovirus emergency declaration, which will allow the U, UK and other countries to declare an emergency if a coronavirode is not contained by early next week.
The House has passed a measure that would limit the declaration to the current year.
The Senate is expected to take up the bill next week and Trump will sign it, said Rep. Chris Collins, a New York Republican.
Collins and other Republican lawmakers have pushed for an executive action to limit the coronavids spread.
Collins said the U could not do its part without Congress, but the White, including the president, should not be in the driver’s seat.
“They’re not the ones deciding when the coronaviovirus is going to explode and they’re not going to decide when the virus is going out of control,” Collins said.
“They’re going to have to do it themselves, and that’s what the president should be doing.”
Collins also said the administration should provide greater clarity on how it plans to deal with the coronavais coronavariomicrobovirus outbreak, and not rush into anything.
“The only way to do that is by putting out a declaration and getting a lot more information out, which is what we’ve done,” Collins told Fox News.
“So if the president and the president administration and Congress and the government have been on the same page on this, we should be able to work together to address this.”