"You don't have to buy so much...Relax, we have no shortages, other than people are buying anywhere from three to five times what they would normally buy...There's no need for anybody in the country to hoard essential food supplies."

"And then I said supposing you brought the light inside the body, which you can do either through the skin or in some other way...And then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in one minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning, because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs, so it’d be interesting to check that, so that you’re going to have to use medical doctors with, but it sounds interesting to me. So, we’ll see, but the whole concept of the light, the way it kills it in one minute. That’s pretty powerful."

"And we’re going to start to move around, and hopefully in the not too distant future we’ll have some massive rallies and people will be sitting next to each other."

"Barron is my young son who's, happens to be very tall. He's tall. Hi, Barron, how ya doin'? Barron's 14. When your 6'5" and your 14, that's pretty tall, right? I walked out of the helicopter with Barron. "Hi, Barron, are you havin' a good time?" But he's strong and he goes, like, the doctor, [Inaudible], he's a great doctor, he goes, he's the White House doctor, "Sir, Barron has tested positive, sir, I'm sorry to inform you." I said, "Oh, that's bad, what does that mean?..."

"Recently, it looked like the energy business was going to be a catastrophe. We were number one in the world, and then we had the pandemic, and nobody was using energy. Nobody was driving in automobiles, no gasoline. And by the way, gasoline prices for everyone are very, very low -- in many cases, less than $2. That's pretty incredible."

"The actual test has to be administered locally. You can't do from Washington or faraway locations -- federal testing -- nearly as well as you can, where you have a governor, he has mayors, and they have representatives, and -- and they know the back of a Walmart -- put it in the parking lot in the back of a Walmart or put it in a certain location in different states. They're doing it beautifully. It's working beautifully."

"I was told this morning again, "Please mention all of those people working in the grocery stores." And it's true. The checkouts and the clerks and the people that are really -- and a number of those people have become infected. So we want to thank them and a shout-out to them."

"And I said, “Why aren’t we sanitizing masks?”  You know, you look at the masks — I’ve looked at all the different masks.  Some don’t lend themselves to doing that, I think, but many do.  And I said, “Why aren’t we…” — we have very good liquids for doing this, sanitizing the masks."

"I mean, to think that we have more people, more cases than China, does anybody really believe that? But the testing is different. And -- and I think, also, the transparency is much different. Transparency is like from day and night. We are totally transparent. Whatever it is, it is."

"Under my leadership, prosperity will surge, patriotism will soar, optimism will boom, the pandemic will soon end, it’s rounding the corner. They hate it when I say it. They always like to say about Europe, and this, and that. Really? Oh, really? How’re they doing? How’re they doing? I’ll tell you what – and we're working with them. We're sending them ventilators, we're sending them everything. But we're rounding the turn."

"The virus that we’re talking about having to do, a lot of people think that goes away in April, with the heat, as the heat comes in, typically that will go away in April."

"It's all coming back. It's coming back faster, bigger, and better than we ever thought possible. These are the numbers. These are not numbers made up by me; these are numbers. We've implemented an aggressive strategy to vanquish and kill the virus, and protect Americans at the highest risk, while allowing those at lower risk to return safely to work. That's what's happening."

"No, we voted during World War I. We voted at the voting booth during World War II. The pandemic, we're doing very well and people know how to handle it. Look at the crowds. They're doing very well. It's very safe. It's going to be very safe."