Trump to host June G-7 summit by teleconference, White House says

Trump to host June G-7 summit by teleconference, White House says

Trump to host June G-7 summit by teleconference, White House says

"You ought to get back to reporting instead of sensationalism".

"I wish they could have told us earlier about what was going on inside", Trump said.

At issue was Mr. Trump's response to NBC's Peter Alexander during a coronavirus briefing; the reporter mulled the possibility of the administration giving Americans a "false sense of hope" before asking how Mr. Trump might ease their fear. "I'll be honest with you..., as much as I like President Xi and as much as I respect the country and admire the country", he said.

They did not let Quick - who still works at the agency - speak to Reuters for the story. It might and it might not. I feel good about. "We didn't know about it until it started coming out publicly", he said.

Trump said he had approved a request to issue a major disaster declaration for the state of NY, which has seen the vast majority of America's coronavirus cases. "You should be ashamed of yourself". That was a 100% legitimate question with no hype, no shade, no bias.

Trump's adversarial relationship with the press has become even more contentious as he faces more questions about the pandemic.

The president "is now using it to drive the private-sector's response to this crisis", said a White House official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

"I'll have just 2 or 3 that I like in this room".

"I say that you're a bad reporter", Mr. Trump replied.

"My message to the American people is that there is a very low incidence of death", he said.

And in another example of how the Trump administration's policies possibly impacted the United States coronavirus response, a researcher who left the University of Florida a year ago while under scrutiny from the government went on to create a rapid test for the virus in China. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, stated that the drug therapies haven't been tested in a clinical trial, the evidence was "anecdotal".

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