US President Donald Trump claims that Coronavirus COVID-19 is worse attack than Pearl Harbour or 9/11 terror attack, for the Americans.

US President, Donald Trump, said on Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 that this Corona virus has been the worst attack in the history of the United States. He further added that it is worse than Pearl Harbour and 9/11 terror attacks.

US President Donald Trump claims that Coronavirus COVID-19

Trump once again held China responsible for this virus outbreak. He said that Beijing could have stopped it from spreading across the world.

“This is really the worst attack we’ve ever had.  This is worse than Pearl Harbour.  This is worse than the World Trade Centre.  There’s never been an attack like this.  And it should have never happened.  It could have been stopped at the source.  It could have been stopped in China.  It should have been stopped right at the source, and it wasn’t,” President Trump said.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday, May 3rd, 2020 that there were ample evidences to suggest that corona virus originated from Virology laboratory at Wuhan, China. He said this in an interview on American Network Television.

“We took a lot of grief for that from the outset. But I think the whole world can see now. Remember, China has a history of infecting the world, and they have a history of running substandard laboratories,” Pompeo added.

In the meantime, Corona virus pandemic has made over 13,46, 800 people sick all over the world, only a month back. It has now infected more than 37.8 lakh people and claimed 2.61 lakh lives by Wednesday, May 6th, 2020.

The COVID-19 data by the Worldmeters website at 11.30 PM IST, about 37,80,620 people have contacted Corona virus infection across the world. More than 2,61,700 people have lost their lives after testing positive for COVID-19.

The United States of America has been the worst hit country In the world, by Corona virus. Over 12,45,800 people have been tested positive for COVID-19 here. The last 24 hours, US saw a reported 8,000 cases in the country.