The President of the United States said he is “unbelieveable” that an outbreak of coronaviruses is happening and that the United Nations is “going to be overwhelmed” with the coronaviral spread.

In a series of tweets on Monday, Mr Trump said that the number of confirmed cases of coronivirus was up “significantly” over the last three weeks and that he expects the United Nation to be “overwhelmed” with coronavirinas, according to Reuters.

The President also said he believes the virus will be contained within two to three weeks.

In an interview with Fox News, Mr Johnson said he believed the coroniviruses could have a “chilling effect” on the American economy, which is already struggling to contain a $5.4 trillion budget deficit.

Mr Trump, who is running for re-election, is seeking to win back the White House in November and was expected to unveil his first budget on Monday.

Mr Johnson, a former Republican presidential candidate, has been critical of the President for not following through on a promise to build a border wall and for not releasing more details on how he would deal with the spread of the virus.

Mr Miller told Fox News that the President had been “really uncooperative” in coming up with his proposed budget and that Mr Johnson was “doing the job” of his job by putting together the plan.

“This is really a great example of the way he’s dealing with the job,” Mr Miller said.

“He’s putting together a budget that is going to help the American people.

That’s really what we’re asking for, a budget to help Americans and protect the American worker.”

He said the budget would be released “in due course”.

The President is expected to release a revised version of the plan on Tuesday.

Mr Kelly said the President has also begun the process of developing a plan to fight the coronovirus, which has killed hundreds of people and forced hospitals to close their doors, among other things.