COVID-19: Trump downplays U.S. outbreak, spurring new credibility test

The stakes could be enormous from a public health and economic perspective, and also for Trump's personal credibility.

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George Floyd protests: Trump says he will deploy military if states don’t mobilize National Guard.

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