The highest-selling female recording artist of all time, Barbra Streisand, has posted a new tweet on her verified Twitter account and criticized Donald Trump and current administration for the coronavirus policy.
Cultural events around the globe have canceled because of the coronavirus, which has infected 549.604 and killed 24.863 at the time of publication, amid warnings large public gathering could help the virus thrive and spread.
As you might already know, when the coronavirus outbreak hit the world, most of the countries decided to cancel the sports events, concerts, meetings, and many more.
The 77-year-old legendary singer hoped to Twitter to address this case and slammed Donald Trump without anonymity. In the tweet, she said that the number of cases is higher in the U.S. although there are many people in China and this administration is not ready for this huge epidemic.
A Twitter user named lauran1902 commented and wrote:
“Don’t believe the figures from China.”
Another fan named docinsf said:
“It is criminal. We had three months to prepare and we did nothing, absolutely nothing.”
Check out the tweet below.
There are over 1.32 billion people in China. The United States has about 327 million and now we have more cases than China had! How careless was this administration for not being prepared?
— Barbra Streisand (@BarbraStreisand) March 27, 2020