"So China began taking measures 7 days before Trump. Yet China knew of the outbreak at least as early as early November, and had thousands of cases before they took any measures.
The WHO only documented it on December 31.
Here is a partial timeline of the SARS CoV-2 virus for the month of January.
>Jan 3, Redfield received a phone call from a friend in China about it.
>Jan 6, Trump offered to send CDC team to China. China refused. He had the HHS put together an intra-agency task force immediately after, with Azar at the head. Fauci was part of the task force.
>Jan 8, he instituted the first public alert.
>Jan 14, the WHO announced there was no evidence of human to human transmission.
>Jan 17, he instituted airport screenings.
>***Jan 18, Trump was finally given a briefing on the virus.
>Jan 20, the WHO admitted there was human to human transmission after their refusal to hear the evidence of given them by Taiwan finally was confirmed by China.
>Jan 20, first recorded case in the US.
>Jan 21, Fauci says they have it under control.
>Jan 22, Trump repeats Fauci's assertion that it is under control.
>Jan 24, Senate briefed.
>Jan 29, Trump officially announced the task force.
>Jan 29, Trump repatriates Americans from Wuhan and puts them in quarantine at March Air Reserve base.
>Jan 31, Trump declares a public emergency.
>Jan 31, he instituted a travel ban for China.
But of course the left says Trump should have acted sooner!"
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