Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDemocratic fears rise again as coronavirus pushes Biden to sidelinesClintons send pizza to NY hospital staff treating coronavirusMyPillow to manufacture masks for hospitals amid coronavirusMORE jabbed President TrumpDonald John TrumpDefense industrial base workers belong at home during this public health crisisMaduro pushes back on DOJ charges, calls Trump ‘racist cowboy’House leaders hope to vote Friday on coronavirus stimulusMORE Friday, following the news that the United States now leads the world in confirmed coronavirus cases amid the pandemic.

He did promise America First, Clinton tweeted, referring to the phrase the president has used since his successful 2016 campaign against her. The former secretary of State linked to The New York Timess Thursday coverage of the U.S. officially leading the world in confirmed coronavirus cases. 

He did promise “America First.”

Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 27, 2020

This was not the first time Clinton criticized Trump over his administrations handling of the pandemic. She also tweeted Friday:

A month ago, Trump said: Its going to disappear. One day, its like a miracle, it will disappear.

Yesterday, he said: I dont believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators.

What will it take to get @realdonaldtrump to listen to experts instead of his own hunches?

Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 27, 2020

At a February meeting at the White House with African American leaders, Trump said And you know what? If we were doing a bad job, we should also be criticized.  But we have done an incredible job.  Were going to continue. Its going to disappear. One day its like a miracle it will disappear. 

On Thursday, Trump questioned during an interview with Fox News Sean Hannity whether New York will actually need the tens of thousands of ventilators the states leaders have said it requires. 

“I dont believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators. You know, you go into major hospitals, sometimes theyll have two ventilators. And now all of a sudden they’re saying, ‘Can we order 30,000 ventilators?'” Trump said.

Earlier this week, Clinton also called out Trump, tweeting ,Please do not take medical advice from a man who looked directly at a solar eclipse. 

The jab references Trump temporarily taking off his protective glasses and looking at the sky during an August 2017 eclipse.

There are at least 97,028 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. as of Friday afternoon.