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Biden says ‘I didn’t participate in it’ when faced with Obama’s Admin H1N1 failure

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Biden says 'I didn't participate in it' when faced with Obama's Admin H1N1 failure
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The former U.S. Vice President and Democratic President of the Hopeful Republic of the United States Joe Biden appear in Wilmington, Delaware, on March 12, 2020, to learn about the COVID-19, known as the Coronavirus. Current Vice President Joe Biden says that he did not assist in Obama’s reaction to the flu epidemic of H1N1 in 2009 although he was widely credited with it on his presidential web website. (Saul Loeb / AFP via Getty Images)

The Democratic presidential nominee was asked, in the CNN city hall on Friday evening, how much more would the Obama administration have done to brace for the latest epidemic.

Biden said “I wasn’t a part of it.

„ Our Government has been coordinating with Trump’s new administration for several years to determine precisely what could lead to a potential pandemic and why they are expected to happen, not uncertain, “said the former Vice-President.

Too unusual. Too weird. Instead of claiming credit for everything, Joe was AWOL what about the masks that were discarded during swine flu every time Joe Bidden is faced with an Obama admin FAILURE?

“It was not included,” he says. Biden’s contribution to the Obama administration’s reaction to the H1N1 epidemic was later questioned again, on the closing of pandemic office pic.twitter.com/mjk6xC5 7NX — Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) 28 March 2020.

The former vice-president noted the “successful reaction” to the epidemic in 2009 on his campaign Website.

“It helped guide the successful response of the Obama-Biden administration to the H1N1 2009 pandemic and the Ebola outbreak in 2014,” the website states.

Would you think that the H1N1 reaction played a role in Biden?

Notwithstanding the declaration at Friday’s city hall gathering, the language stayed on his website late Saturday morning.

In exchange, Trump demanded Biden’s management — or lack of it — in reaction to Trump’s criticism of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2009.

Trump tweeted that “Sleepy Joe Biden was in charge of the H1N1 Swine flu epidemic, killing thousands.” Sleepy Joe Biden was blamed for the swine-flu virus H1N1, which killed thousands of people. “The response was one of their worst results.” One of the worst reactions ever. Our response is one of the best, with a quick border closure operation and the highest acceptance rating of 78 percent. His was lowest! His was lowest!

“Our response is one of the best,” Trump said, “with a swift intervention with the border closures and 78% approval rate, the highest ever. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 13, 2020. His was lowest! His was lowest! “It also appeared like Biden was compelled to support the closing of our borders.

“The walls constructed will not deter pandemics, they cross boundaries quickly and easily,” Biden told CNN.

Unstoppably, according to documents checked by Politifact, Biden was not the leader of the Obama administration’s H1N1 response team, nor is the leader of Trump’s administration’s response to the pandemic, so the assertion of the Biden Website is ambiguous, saying that Biden’s “supported Obama’s government in leading the successful response to the 2009 H1N1 Highway Pandemic”

In contrast, according to reports from Johns Hopkins, as of Saturday morning, there are 105,000 cases in the United States of coronavirus and 1,710 deaths.

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Rajesh is a freelancer with a background in e-commerce marketing. Having spent her career in startups, He specializes in strategizing and executing marketing campaigns.

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