Genetic doctor says Trump ‘doesn’t care’ about the Zika virus
Geneticist Robert Spitzer has a message for President Donald Trump: “He doesn’t care about the virus.
He doesn’t know what it’s made of.”
Trump, the former CEO of a medical technology company, told reporters Tuesday that he is “very concerned” about the spread of the Zika disease, adding that “I think that the virus is really dangerous.”
Trump has been outspoken about his support for a U.S. push to expand travel restrictions for the first time in decades, calling it a “national security imperative.”
Spitzer told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly that the Zika pandemic is “much more severe” than the pandemic that swept the United States in 2015.
“The pandemic in the U.K. had an impact on millions of lives, but there are only a few people that are going to have a serious effect,” Spitzer said.
Spicer said that he and other health care professionals are working to create an “evidence-based approach” to the Zika crisis.””
And that’s not even taking into account the effects that we are all going to be having.”
Spicer said that he and other health care professionals are working to create an “evidence-based approach” to the Zika crisis.
“I have a lot of confidence that we’re going to make an impact.
We’re going in a very different direction than we did before,” he said.
Spitzer said the current outbreak in the United Kingdom, the largest in history, is “not as severe” as the epidemic in the Philippines, which is “far, far, worse.”
He also said that the U