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Giroir also urged Americans to wear masks in public, although he stopped short of calling for a national mandate. “For this to work, we have to have like 90% of people wearing a mask in public, in the hot spot areas. If we don’t have that, we will not get control of the virus.”
Sen. Graham says Mueller may be invited to testify in wake of op-ed on Trump’s commutation of Stone sentence
Trump cites game show host on pandemic while undercutting health officials and questioning their expertise @ToluseO
In a somewhat odd moment at tonight's AFT town hall, Biden tells a 10-year-old girl, “I’ll bet you’re as bright as you are good-looking." He takes her over to the assembled reporters, then stands behind her and puts his hands on her shoulders while he's talking.
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Interestingly, in China people have expressed similar pride in the self-sacrifice they’ve undertaken during the coronavirus pandemic — but that sacrifice was to self-quarantine for weeks, not to return to business as usual.