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The latest grim milestone follows several record-setting days in the U.S.
The president claimed without evidence that 99% of U.S. coronavirus cases are "totally harmless."
Florida's coronavirus cases rose by a record 11,458 on Saturday, the state’s health department said.
GOP Rep. Greg Ginaforte's wife, Susan, met with Guilfoyle. Neither wore a mask nor maintained social distance.
“We will have to see how this unfolds in Florida and elsewhere around the country."
More than 80 artists hope to elevate their statements about "the invisible violence taking place in our country."
The mayor's spokesman reportedly calls the action part of a "re-examination" of monuments and statues.
Authorities are looking into the Greenville incident as possibly gang-related.
The Republican Party has a conspiracy cult problem and it's not going away.
"He used OUR Independence Day to tell a majority of our country that we are not welcome here in America," snapped one.

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