Trump: When We Open Up, You Will Still Be Social Distancing

‘Maybe people won’t be shaking hands anymore’


TRUMP: “You know, Tony had mentioned to me, Tony Fauci, the other day that I don't think he was — would be too upset with the concept of not shaking hands. He was saying that the flu would cut down, the regular flu would be cut down by quite a bit if we didn't do that, if we didn't shake hands. The regular flow which, you know, you have a lot of deaths and a lot of problems with that too. So I think a lot of great things — when we're open — when we're open, as soon as we open, that doesn't mean you're going to stop with the guidelines.”

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