In response to the letter by Greg Youngblood (“Trump’s brilliance is quite underwhelming,” The Daily News, Nov. 10): Trump’s brilliance is undeniably overwhelming.
Of course, more testing results in more cases but the number of deaths is way down.
This is because President Trump did listen to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Anthony Fauci and other medical experts. The CDC’s development of the tests and treatment so quickly is what we're now seeing with speedy recoveries, thus turning the corner.
Due to his leadership, the vaccine you questioned is imminent — he delivered on this also — at a record pace. His accomplishments regarding COVID-19 and many other issues are quite remarkable and truly quite overwhelming with his short time in office.
Trump, the businessman rather than politician, doesn’t play the political game, with Congress or lobbyists. He doesn’t “need” them, he has his own wealth. I so hoped the change from the political good ol' boy system is what people wanted — putting Americans first rather than political ambitions.
Unfortunately, it looks like we are going right back into the do-nothing good ol' boy system that appears to have won the election — by hook or by crook.