Trump Says Restaurants Will Make a Comeback, Just Maybe With New Owners

Trump says restaurants will make a comeback, just maybe with new owners

3/27/2020

Trump says restaurants will make a comeback, just maybe with new owners

The president’s response to projections that 11 percent of restaurants could go out of business in the next month due to COVID-19 was less than reassuring to current restaurant owners

grim projections by the National Restaurant Association that, in addition to the 3 percent of restaurants already shuttered, 11 percent of restaurants nationwide anticipate that they’ll close permanently in the next 30 days due to the economic impact of novel coronavirus. His answer, characteristically bullish, was that restaurants will open and thrive again...but maybe not under the current ownership. Citing the data from the National Restaurant Association survey, a reporter asked, “What do you say to a restaurant owner who is looking at his sheets and thinks he has to close within the next 30 days?” The president responded with a tangent boasting his knowledge of the restaurant industry, saying, “I know the business very well, I understand the restaurant business, it’s a very delicate business, it’s a business that is not easy. I always say in the restaurant business you can serve 30 great meals to a person or a family and they love it. One bad meal, No. 31, they never come back again. It’s a very tough business. But they’re great people that run restaurants.” Circling back to the original question, Trump continued, “I’ve heard 3 percent could be lost, and you could go as high as 10 or 11 percent, but they’ll all come back in one form of another. Might be a different restaurant. But it’s gonna be a great business for a lot of people. We’re making it easy for people — look, what we’re doing in terms of loans, what we’re doing in terms of salaries, they’ll all come back. It may not be the same restaurant, it may not be the same ownership, but they’ll all be back .” [ Emphasis ours. ] Asked about a report that thousands of restaurants around the country could close, Trump goes into a discussion of his own experience owning a restaurant:"I know the business very well. I understand the restaurant business." Without detail, he adds,"they'll all come back." Read more: Eater

So incredibly insensitive. Rich people obviously don't care about small business. What? IdiotInChief Fuck this guy. He needs toSTOP TALKING. Comforting. Good guy :))

Coronavirus government response updates: Trump says 'large sections' of US could get back to 'normal'President Donald Trump signals he's considering loosening coronavirus social distancing guidelines amid the growing economic fallout and wants packed churches on Easter. TWO questions, I am on Social Security Disability with a low fixed income. Am I eligible for COVID 19 benefit check? More importantly, is there a danger of incubating the virus in our sewage treatment facilities? What took him so long Does this include the dispensaries?

Trump says he wants country 'opened up' by Easter, despite caution from health expertsPresident Trump says he wants the country to 'open back up' by the April 12 Easter holiday; public health experts and local and state leaders have cautioned against easing restrictions too early. As usual, scientists and Democrats ruining everything. We’re with you Mr Trump! Good...he’s doing what leaders do. Set a bold date that pushes people to make it happen. I’m sure it will adjust as situation adjusts To quote the great philosopher from the 90s Austin Powers: And I want a toilet made of solid gold, But something’s aren’t in the cards baby! TrumpVirus

Trump managed to get coronavirus test kits at 'last minute' without invoking wartime law, FEMA saysThe Trump administration said late Tuesday it was able to secure additional test kits without wielding its powers under the Defense Production Act, despite announcing earlier that it planned to use the law for the first time. The US Department of Health's adviser says Arkansas can only identify 4 patients! In some cities it is not even possible to detect corona! In Washington, the diagnostic kit is over! New York medical staff have to waste their bags! The shortage of stores too, not to mention! ChineseVirus IPPTV please help Death awaits us. Of course with the help of stupid Trump.

Trump businesses barred from getting coronavirus stimulus money, Schumer saysPresident Trump's businesses are barred from getting loans or investments under the new $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus deal, according to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. Does that include businesses of his inner cabinets and senior advisors ? SenSchumer Submarine_Guy It seems all top advisors per an article I read this morning Spin it like it's ALL about Trump. HAHAHA The legislation is to prevent anyone in Congress from benefiting. That means Schumer too. If anyone thinks corruption follows one and only one person you are blind.

Coronavirus stimulus deal would prohibit federal aid for Donald Trump properties, Schumer saysRepublican and Democratic senators have reached a deal on a roughly $2 trillion stimulus package to stem the economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak. Good

Coronavirus Package Would Bar Trump And Lawmakers From Funds, Top Democrat SaysA provision tucked inside the coronavirus relief bill would bar businesses controlled by the president, senior executive branch officials or members of Congress from receiving funds, says Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. Ok so this is now just politics for you NPR. This is actually about helping the American people But not a 'frontman' from collecting on Trump's behalf... Good. Thank You.



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