Trevor Noah schools Donald Trump on Covid-19 infection numbers

Trevor Noah schools Donald Trump on Covid-19 infection numbers

- Trevor Noah is not one to keep quiet, especially when it comes to US President Donal Trump

- Trump has been raising eyebrows ever since the rona took over the world, with many feeling he hasn't been taking things seriously

- Lifting lockdown rules, Trump claims infection rates have decreased and Trevor gave him a piece of his mind

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Trevor Noah is not one to keep quiet, especially when it comes to political matters and US President Donald Trump.

Being raised in South Africa where freedom of speech flows freely through our veins, Trevor has never been scared to speak his mind.

Briefly.co.za knows that Trevor often addresses some rather touchy topics on The Daily Show, and just because we're all in lockdown, that hasn’t stopped him.

Trump has been raising eyebrows ever since the rona took over the world. Most feel he has not been taking the virus seriously enough and is more concerned about the economy than the people.

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US states have started to lift lockdown restrictions and Trump believes everything is hunky-dory.

Taking to social media with confidence, Trump claims that infarction numbers are decreasing all over the US.

“Coronavirus numbers are looking MUCH better, going down almost everywhere. Big progress being made!”

Trevor called BS on it all, responding to Trump letting him know that cases in his own home are still climbing.

Ishu, Trevor has no chill!

“Coronavirus numbers aren't even going down in the White House.”

In other news, Trevor Noah enjoys taking little jabs at America's president, Donald Trump. Whenever he can, he will make a remark or outright criticise the president.

Recently, the SA-born funnyman reacted to President Trump's reaction to the spread of the dreaded coronavirus.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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