Pronouncing the opioid emergency a national general wellbeing crisis, President Trump stated: “No one has seen anything like what’s happening now.”
He was both good and bad, the Associated Press reports. This is the most broad and destructive medication emergency in the country’s history, yet there has been a long string of other such plagues, each imparting chilling similitudes to the present unfurling .
To the friends and family of those crushed by opioids, President Trump’s assertion Thursday of a general human services crisis is short of what was expected, says USA Today.
It’s “like endeavoring to put a Band Aid on a lethal injury,” says Charlotte Wethington of northern Kentucky, who lost her .