So, the US President Donald trump, in his opinion, “the crisis, found your narcissism, ignorance and inconsistency”. “His conspicuous failure to go into detail or to distinguish desirable from the valid drives in the paint behind him and veteran advisers of the White house. At other times the world would have turned for leadership to the United States, but trump is too busy looking for enemies and trying to pretend that he is uniting the nation leader, and a statesman on a planetary scale. It turned out that the “America first” is an obscene gesture to the world,” writes Politico.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson, “the talented entertainer who is better versed in their nostalgic fantasy than the facts for too long thinking how to respond when the virus spreading across Europe, ignoring “brickset” and not stopping at passport control in Dover”. Assessment of Politico, “the crisis has revealed the propensity of Johnson in difficult situations more likely to take chances, to improvise and to escape, to play on the audience and humor than to understand all of the details of a complex problem.”
In France the situation is, according to Paul Taylor, until it looks better. President Emmanuel macron “declared war on an invisible enemy in two long televised address from his office in the Elysee Palace.” The journalist notes that the French President “without hesitation ordered the police and gendarmes to enforce the ban on unreasonable exit from the house, with draconian penalties that are more libertarian countries could be fatal”. In addition, in the edition of Politico highabout appreciated his decision at a time of crisis to suspend criticize the pension reform. “His promise to support the business and citizens “at any cost” is exactly what the French expected from a President of the country”, – notes the edition. According to the author, “the Makron now acquires a political second wind as a “conductor” big state”.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the current situation feels like a fish in water. Her moderate style of leadership contrasts with the hawkish tone of Paris and London and complacency of Washington. A televised speech she finished with a solemn “God bless America” or uplifting “long live the Republic! Vive La France!”, and humble: “take care of yourself and your loved ones.” Politico said: “despite the quarantine, which she got after talking with the doctor infected with coronavirus, ironically, breathed new life into politics just at the moment when she seemed to be completely faded after 15 years tenure as Chancellor”.
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the unexpected “star” of the crisis, according to the publication, was the head of the Italian government, a non-partisan law Professor Giuseppe Conte. “Calm crisis management the Prime Minister of Italy, a European country with a large debt, moreover, is stronger than all affected by the coronavirus, proves the falsity of the claims of Mussolini that “to govern Italians is not difficult, but pointless,” says the study’s author. He recalled that Conte took a bold decision to force people to isolation, in that time, as many in Europe have refused such a step, deeming it excessive. In his television address, he promised to take care of grAdnah of the country and asked them to temporarily sacrifice his freedom. “Together we will win”, he concluded in his last speech.