White House Coronavirus Task Force
The House speaker reportedly called the White House coronavirus task force member "the worst" in a closed-door meeting.
Admiral Brett Giroir, who's leading Trump's testing protocols, tried to paint a rosy picture of nationwide testing efforts, which are severely lacking in hard-hit cities.
Dr. Stephen Hahn, a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, repeatedly refused to comment on Trump’s claim.
The Fox News host reminded Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona that the health experts aren't "anti-the president’s agenda. They’re pro-keeping-people-alive agenda.”
It's the second time the infectious disease expert has said he's gone 2 weeks without talking to the president.
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The vice president urged state leaders to share the “progress that we are making" while pushing a misleading White House talking point.
Meanwhile, at least 15 states have seen an uptick in new COVID-19 cases.
A day after confirming that he was winding down the task force, the president said he'd changed his mind.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she did not believe the president should pivot to reopening at the expense of emphasizing the need for more testing.