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Trevor Noah Explains Thoughts On Trump's Easter Vision

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By Lacretia Roberts

Coronavirus has been all the world is talking about for weeks. It seemed to spring upon the US like a thief in the night, impacting the nation in a way that many have never witnessed before.

With each passing day information is changing as the death toll climbs to greater and greater numbers.

News headlines are becoming more and more grim in the wake of this pandemic.

It is clear now that unfortunately, the United States is among the countries that was in no way prepared to face anything of this magnitude.

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Grocery store shelves are being emptied out as quickly as they can be restocked and vital supplies such as toilet paper, hand sanitizer and bread and milk are becoming increasingly difficult to obtain.

While everyone is working hard to practice social distancing and quarantining indoors for the most part, anxiety levels are mounting over how bad things truly could become.

Trevor Noah has recently revealed his thoughts about how Trump is preparing to lift the safety precautions so that he can enjoy Easter.

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In a Daily Show post on Instagram TV, Trevor had these things to say.

"It's so surreal that we've ended up in a situation, where the one person who doesn't understand how complex and dangerous this is, happens to be the most powerful man in the world."

Trevor explains that despite the state of the nation, Trump is planning to reopen businesses and churches by Easter.

In an interview with Fox News, Trump indeed stated "Easter is a very special day for me. I say wouldn't it be great to have all of the churches full."

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**"I'm willing to bet all 5 rolls of my toilet paper, that he doesn't even know what Easter is about,"**Trevor responds.

He goes on to joke that Trump likely imagines Easter to be a holiday celebrating a giant rabbit that saved Jesus from dying.

"You don't have to be a genius to see why the president's plan is alarming a lot of people right now.," Trevor explains.

Having people gathering together in a pandemic is the worst idea ever, Trevor continues.

**_"It's like a super villains wet dream."

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According to Trevor, everyone from democratic governors to conservative politicians, to the entire field of medical experts, agree that unless the virus is contained, people have no business gathering in large groups.

Right now, He explains this situation is far from under control, especially in New York, which currently is hosting more than half of all confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Coronavirus isn't expected to peak for another three weeks, Trevor says.

With the terrifying idea that the virus hasn't reached it's peak and a desperate need for supplies, it's clear not only to Trevor, but most Americans that Easter will be a dangerous time to reopen businesses.

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