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Amid worsening pandemic, Trump pushes to re-open U.S. for business by Easter

Reuters Tuesday, 24 March 2020 ()
Amid worsening pandemic, Trump pushes to re-open U.S. for business by EasterU.S. President Donald Trump pressed his case on Tuesday for a re-opening of the U.S. economy by mid-April despite a surge in coronavirus cases, downplaying the pandemic as he did in its early stages by comparing it to the seasonal flu.
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President Donald Trump wants to reopen the U.S. economy by mid-April. According to Reuters, despite a surge in cases, the president downplayed the coronavirus pandemic. He said he wants businesses to open their doors again by Easter, which would be April 12. Trump said: “We lose thousands and...

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