"But there are lessons to be learned. Going forward, we’re going to understand much better that if we don’t have global public health security, we don’t have national security, we don’t have economic security and we will not have security of society."
CEO & Chairman, Johnson & Johnson
October 2, 2020
"At this point, it is clear that the trajectory in the U.S. is significantly worse than in many countries and that our government and this administration have been considerably less effective in handling this. I personally think we ought to take this a lot more seriously."
July 16, 2020
"I just think it has been awful, in my personal opinion, for the country and for the world. It has not been clear, it hasn’t been backed up by science, he is not consistent, he doesn’t seem to be empathetic."
Founder and CEO, Granahan McCourt Capital
April 27, 2020
The Trump administration’s early denials of the severity of the coronavirus and its subsequent botched pandemic response led to a public health disaster with more than 400,000 American lives lost and over 22 million people infected by the time Trump left office.