Donald Trump Should Ask Jeff Bezos And Bill Gates To Help On Coronavirus Response, Says Tom Friedman
Friedman, a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist, said the U.S. has a coordinations issue and a "fix issue" for the sickness, and the authors of Amazon and Microsoft have the skill to help.
Friedman, a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist, said the U.S. has a coordinations issue and a “fix issue” for the sickness, and the authors of Amazon and Microsoft have the skill to help.
“On the off chance that I got an opportunity to compose the president’s discourse, I would have started by saying, I’m really soliciting Jeff Bezos from Amazon to disappear from Amazon and assume control over the push to get test packs produced and circulated wherever in America,” Friedman said on “Screech Box.
Friedman said he would have tapped Gates, whose altruistic establishment centers around improving worldwide medicinal services and lessening neediness, to “administer all endeavors to concoct a fast remedy for this infection.”
Trump likewise said he will request that Congress give finance charge alleviation to Americans and educating the Small Business Administration to “give capital and liquidity” for independent ventures.
Friedman said he viewed the discourse wanting to pick up trust in the administration’s reaction to the worldwide pandemic.
“I was not consoled, and the market plainly was not consoled,” Friedman said.
U.S. stocks sank Thursday morning as speculators stayed worried about a financial stoppage due to the coronavirus.