US Headed For «Very Painful Two Weeks» Amid Coronavirus Pandemic: Trump.

US Headed For 'Very Painful Two Weeks' Amid Coronavirus Pandemic: Donald Trump

Donald Trump described the coronavirus pandemic as "a plague." (File)

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US President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned of a "very painful" two weeks ahead as the United States wrestles with a surge in coronavirus cases.

"This is going to be a very painful, a very, very painful two weeks," he told a press conference at the White House.

Trump described the pandemic as "a plague."

"I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead," he said.

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