US President Donald Trump declared the Coronavirus pandemic more destructive to the United States than the Pearl Harbor and 9/11 attacks as death toll nears 75,000.
The US president’s statement said the damage caused by COVID-19 was unprecedented in US history.
He once again target China and said the coronavirus could have been prevented in China, but it was not.
The death toll from the coronavirus pandemic in the United States has risen to more than 74,800, while more than 1,263,000 people have become infected with the deadly disease.
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly accused China of developing the virus in a Chinese laboratory and then spreading it around the world, but China has denied the allegations.
It is pertinent to mention here that on December 7, 1941, the Japanese army attacked the Pearl Harbor port in Honolulu, Hawaii, US, during the World War II.
A total of 2,403 U.S. citizens (military and civilian) were killed and 1,143 wounded in the attack. The United States dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in World War II for the first time in the history of the world, after which World War II met its end.
The attack on Pearl Harbor was an attack after which the United States decided that it would no longer allow anyone to attack its country, and before any country thought of attacking it, the United States immediately will take steps to prevent.
Under this ideology, the United States intervened militarily in many countries of the world, citing the threat to its national security. Iraq and Afghanistan are examples.
Similarly, on September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center in New York City, USA, jolted with attacks in which 2977 people were killed and 25 thousand people were injured.
In the aftermath of the attack, the United States blamed al-Qaeda and deployed troops in Afghanistan to capture al-Qaida leader, Osama bin Laden, but now few months ago the the United States and the Taliban signed a peace agreement in Doha.