Trump takes new virus test, tests negative again

President Donald Trump says he was tested again for coronavirus Thursday. The White House said Trump’s latest test returned a negative result in 15 minutes, and said Trump was healthy and without symptoms. (April 2)

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Trump announces he tested negative on new coronavirus test | AFP

US President Donald Trump announces he tested negative on his second coronavirus test, during a daily coronavirus briefing at the White House. “I think I took it really out of curiosity to see how quickly it worked,” he says. SOUNDBITE

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Congresswoman: Mileage rollback wrong thing to do

A Michigan congresswoman whose district is home to Ford’s headquarters is unhappy with the White House’s decision to roll back Obama-era vehicle mileage standards. (April 1)

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday April 1st: White House forecasts at least 100,000 could die of coronavirus; Over 50 at California nursing home have COVID-19; Hundreds attend Louisiana church service; Strong earthquake rocks Idaho.

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Coronavirus: Trump warns US headed for ‘very, very painful two weeks’ | AFP

President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned the US of a ‘very painful two weeks’ as the country wrestles with the coronavirus pandemic that the White House warns could kill as many as 240,000 Americans.

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White House expects 100K-240K virus-related deaths

The White House is projecting that between 100,000 to 240,000 people in the U.S. will die from the coronavirus pandemic if social distancing measures continue to be followed. The projections were presented during a White House briefing Tuesday. (March 31)

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Trump warns US headed for ‘very, very painful two weeks’ | AFP

US President Donald Trump warns Americans that “this is going to be a very painful, a very, very painful two weeks.” He was speaking at a coronavirus briefing at the White House. SOUNDBITE

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Coronavirus: Peak US death rate likely to hit in two weeks says Trump | AFP

“Easter should be the peak number”, Donald Trump says, referring to the peak death rate in the United States from the coronavirus pandemic. The US president also extends “social distancing” guidelines until April 30, as he spoke at a televised briefing in the Rose Garden of the White House. Trump also addresses statements by top medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, who estimates that the virus could possibly result in 100,000 to 200,000 deaths in the country.

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Feds developing new guidelines for virus risk

The White House coronavirus response coordinator says the task force is concerned about certain counties in the Midwest that appear to be seeing a rapid increase in cases. (March 26)

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Trump: ‘Certain people’ want virus to hurt economy

President Donald Trump reiterated Wednesday that “certain people” want the economy to suffer as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. “The media would like to see me do poorly in the election,” he said during a White House briefing. (March 25)

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Senate leaders voice support for virus rescue bill

The White House and Senate leaders announced agreement Wednesday on an unparalleled, $2 trillion emergency bill to rush aid to businesses, workers and a health care system slammed by the coronavirus pandemic. (March 25)

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Federal officials reach deal on $2T aid package

The White House and Senate leaders of both parties have struck an agreement on a sweeping $2 trillion measure to aid workers, businesses and a health care system strained by the rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak. (March 25)

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Kudlow: Public health ‘requires a good economy’

As cases of coronavirus rise, the Trump administration is looking to reopen the country for business in weeks, not months. Outside the White House Tuesday, economic adviser Larry Kudlow explained that public health “requires a good economy.” (March 24)

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Here’s the latest for Monday March 23rd: NY Gov orders non-essential workers to stay home; Senate, White House work on coronavirus aid bill; Trump offers to help Iran & North Korea; 2020 Olympics may be postponed.

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White House: Mobile beds, faster tests coming

President Donald Trump says he’s ordered the Federal Emergency Management Agency to ship mobile hospital centers to the hard-hit states of Washington, California and New York amid the coronavirus pandemic (March 22)

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Trump’s Dangerous Coronavirus Name Game is Part of a Long, Crazy History

For the second day in a row, President Trump opened a press conference today devoted to an outbreak that has now killed more than 200 Americans without saying the word “coronavirus.” Instead, he substituted his chosen name: “The Chinese Virus.”

Other Republicans are also racing to rebrand the virus that causes COVID-19. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has called it “Chinese Coronavirus,” while Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar is trying to make “Wuhan Virus” a thing. One White House official even allegedly referred to the global pandemic as “Kung-Flu.”

The World Health Organization intentionally avoids this, and advises against any possible nickname for a disease that calls up people, places, groups, or even professions, because those names can create a stigma. Even the Trump-appointed director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Robert Redfield, told the House in a hearing that using location-specific labels for the virus is “absolutely wrong and inappropriate.”

There is a long, inglorious history of naming diseases after disdained groups. In 1495, Russians called a syphilis outbreak the Polish Disease, the Polish called it the German Disease, and the French and Italians named it after each other. The 1918 flu pandemic that infected over a quarter of the world’s population is still referred to as “The Spanish Flu,” even though there is no consensus on where that outbreak originated. Spain just happened to have the most reliable reporting at the time, as other countries censored their press to boost morale during World War I. Because Spain reported the first illness-related death, it got stuck with the name.

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Trump: Economic rescue negotiators ‘getting close’

Negotiators from Congress and the White House were resuming top-level talks Saturday on a ballooning 1 trillion-plus US dollars economic rescue package. (March 21)

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Pompeo urges China to make coronavirus details ‘available to the whole world’ | AFP

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urges China to make data sets about the coronavirus outbreak “available to the whole world,” as “an imperative to keep people safe.” Pompeo was speaking at a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House. SOUNDBITE

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US approves anti-malarial drug for use against coronavirus: Trump | AFP

The US approves the anti-malarial drug chloroquine for use as a treatment against the new coronavirus. Speaking at a White House briefing, President Donald Trump says “we’re going to be able to make that drug available almost immediately.” SOUNDBITE

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WH warns youth of ‘concerning reports’ on virus

The White House is cautioning there are “concerning reports” from France and Italy about young people becoming seriously ill from the cornavirus outbreak and it is urging youth to heed the advice about social distancing. (March 18)

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Senate takes up relief bill, at odds with stimulus

The Senate is expected to take up the House relief package but it comes as the White House asks for a sweeping emergency stimulus package to help businesses and taxpayers cope with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. (March 17)

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White House calls on construction industry to donate masks to hospitals | AFP

US Vice President Mike Pence calls on the construction industry to donate N95 respiratory masks to hospitals, saying they are “perfectly acceptable for healthcare workers.” SOUNDBITE

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White House favors sending checks to Americans in 2 weeks: Mnuchin | AFP

The White House will present its massive stimulus plan to Congress for rapid approval, and favors sending direct payments to all Americans right away, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says. SOUNDBITE

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White House wants to keep markets open, may shorten hours: Mnuchin | AFP

American authorities want to keep the markets open and may shorten hours. “Americans need to know they have access to their money,” says US Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin. SOUNDBITE

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