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'We really need honesty': Dems on coronavirus response

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'We really need honesty': Dems on coronavirus response

'We really need honesty': Dems on coronavirus response

Democratic Representatives Gerry Connolly and Stephen Lynch on Wednesday at the House Oversight Committee hearing on the U.S. response to the coronavirus, said the comments about the outbreak by President Donald Trump were 'shameful' and 'bizarre'.

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Lynch also urged the public health officials to push back on President Trump if he makes comments about the coronavirus outbreak that are not correct.




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