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Trump started rambling about Barack Obama, even though he is running against Joe Biden at his rally in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Union Leader, which has endorsed Republicans for a century, has endorsed Joe Biden over Donald Trump in 2020.
Meadows admitted that Trump isn't trying to control the pandemic during an interview on CNN.
Even as cases hit new highs, Trump keeps lying that the pandemic will soon "be over."
A new White House case cluster once again throws Trump’s failures into stark relief.
At least five people close to the vice president have reportedly tested positive in recent days.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said the president should be "truthful" and "realistic" about the COVID-19 crisis.
President Trump has repeatedly said the U.S. has the COVID-19 crisis "under control."
“You got to keep yourself away from everybody," said the former New Jersey governor, who was recently hospitalized with the coronavirus.
With Nov. 3 just nine days away and coronavirus cases surging in many states, the new White House outbreak spotlighted the administration’s failure to contain the pandemic.
Trump is livid with his attorney general and the FBI director for refusing to investigate Joe Biden and Barack Obama.
The United States in the past two days has registered its highest number of new COVID-19 cases – about 84,000 on Friday and about 79,900 on Saturday.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said the administration won't be able to "control the pandemic." This comment comes amid a coronavirus case spike across the country.
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