Both sides 'far apart' on coronavirus aid talks

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Both sides 'far apart' on coronavirus aid talks

Both sides 'far apart' on coronavirus aid talks

Democratic leaders in the U.S. Congress and top aides to President Donald Trump failed to make substantial progress on a new coronavirus aid bill, saying they are still 'far apart.'

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