During an exchange on the global coronavirus pandemic response, rejecting Joe Biden’s plans to lock down the economy, President Donald Trump lamented New York City has become a “ghost town.”
“If you go and look what has happened to New York? It’s a ghost town,” Trump said during the second and final debate in Nashville, Tennessee. “Take a look at what’s happening to New York. It’s dying.”
Trump also lamented the shutdowns are crushing businesses.
“Putting up plexiglass is unbelievable expensive, and it’s not the answer,” Trump added. “I mean, you’re going to sit there in a cubicle wrapped in plastic? These are businesses that are dying Joe, you can’t do that to people.”
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