Obama broke the rules, publicly criticized the Trump administration

Barack Obama criticized the way the Trump administration responded to the Covid-19 pandemic in a speech on May 16.

It is a rare time for an incumbent president to be criticized by his predecessor, according to the Guardian . This comment was also made amid a pandemic that is damaging the United States , but the level of influence among ethnic groups is uneven in the United States.

“To be honest, a pandemic like this only clarifies the inequality and burden from the history that black communities encountered in this country,” Obama told students graduated in an online ceremony of black universities and colleges (HBCUs). “We see that through the disproportionate effect of Covid-19 on our communities.”

Obama also criticized the federal efforts to respond to the coronavirus.

“More than anything else, this pandemic has finally torn the curtain on showing that many people are responsible for knowing what they are doing. Many of them don’t even pretend to be responsible, ”Mr. Obama said.

The former president made this comment in the context of the United States struggling with a double crisis: a pandemic of unfair influence on blacks in the US and another crisis resulting from the economic impact of the effort. Prevent viruses through the blockade. To date, more than 1.4 million Covid-19 positive cases in the US and more than 88,000 people have died from the virus.

Former US President Barack Obama has criticized the Trump administration’s pandemic approach.

Although Obama largely avoided criticizing the way Mr. Donald Trump led the country, in a leaked call last week, the former President Obama described the US government’s coronavirus response as “a mixed disaster.” real disorder ”.

Mr. Obama also questioned the Justice Department’s former decision to drop allegations against former national security adviser Michael Flynn and suspected that the decision could threaten “rule of law” in the United States.

This remarks prompted Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell saying the former president “shut up”. This week, President Trump also mentioned the keyword #Obamagate, a keyword to compare with the Watergate scandal of former President Richard Nixon.

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