Freudian slip? | FEMA vows to ‘ATTACK health & safety’ of Americans

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In an apparent ‘tongue slip’, the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has promised a crackdown on Americans’ health and safety while standing alongside US President Donald Trump at a coronavirus task force briefing.

‘The federal government continues to take aggressive action and proactive steps to address the Covid-19 threat… as we attack the health and safety, or protect the health and safety of the American people’, stated FEMA administrator Peter Gaynor.

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