Trump asks governors to resume religious places

President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday in response to the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.

Donald Trump spoke regarding his new statement where he had asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to deem religious services to be “essential” and threatened to “override” all those governors who avoid to act upon the fresh federal suggestions.

He further said that he clearly identified religious places- “houses of worship” which he named as mosques, churches and synagogues, saying that these places gave essential services in his current efforts to resuming America.

While speaking at the White House Mr. Trump in a brief comment said,
“Some governors have deemed liquor stores and abortion clinics as essential, but they have neglected churches and other houses of worship, I’m now making this all opposite by correcting this injustice and calling houses of worship essential.”

He further suggested the responsibility of governors by “doing the right thing” and also remained it the rights of any governors to allow churches and other religious houses to open this weekend as Americans prepare to celebrate the Memorial Day holiday. “If they find themselves unable to do it, I will override the governors,” the US president said.

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