“The president has tweeted about liberating Michigan and liberating Minnesota,” Kerry complained. “He now has tweeted in support of people coming out and demonstrating. He’s trying to play it, I think, in such a political way, we’re in a situation that is life and death.
“We all understand the desire to get back. I mean, there isn’t anybody in America who isn’t concerned about where we’re heading economically…” Kerry added. “We have to measure the number of tests against the people, against the risks, against what it takes to put people back to work. And if you don’t have the ability to track who’s had it… and you don’t have the ability to track who has it now, it’s very difficult to say to people, ‘Hey, you’re safe, go out to work.’ What are you doing to do? Play Russian roulette with everybody’s lives?”
Trump isn’t claiming it’s safe for everyone to return to work. He’s defending the right of Americans to make that choice and take that risk for themselves.