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‘That’s not true!’ ABC’s Jon Karl speaks out as Trump uses presser to trash media

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At the White House press briefing on coronavirus on Wednesday, President Donald Trump spent several moments attacking the media for its coverage of his leadership, blasting “bad reporting” and saying the media wouldn’t be satisfied if he tested every American ten times.

ABC News’ Jon Karl, president of the White House Correspondent’s Association, couldn’t stay silent at that. “That’s not true!” he blurted out.

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Trump retorted that Karl is “one of the leaders of the bad reporting.”

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Trump supporters revolt against contact tracing — as scientists say its the best way to safely reopen the economy

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Supporters of President Donald Trump want the economy to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic that so far has killed nearly 100,000 Americans.

But as The Daily Beast's Will Sommer reports, many of these same Trump supporters are already revolting against contact tracing, which scientists say is the best way to safely reopen the economy.

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Idaho’s Trump-loving lieutenant governor declares war on state’s GOP governor over COVID-19 shutdown

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Idaho's lieutenant governor has gone to war with her state's governor -- fellow Republican -- over coronavirus shutdown orders.

Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin has gone after Gov. Brad Little, who has ordered bars to stay closed until at least June 13, angering the lieutenant governor whose family owns The Celt Pub and Grill, reported The Daily Beast.

“As Lieutenant Governor, I am one heartbeat away from the governor’s chair,” McGeachin wrote. "[We were] sidelined and left to watch silently as the government closed Main Street by unilaterally deciding which businesses were ‘essential’ and which ones were not.”

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Major hospital chains reap billions in federal bailout money while sitting on piles of cash: report

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According to a report from the New York Times, a substantial amount of federal funds that were designated to support hospitals overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic ended up being shipped off to major hospital chains already flush with cash in the bank.

The report begins by noting that Providence Health System, one of the country’s largest and richest hospital chains, was the recipient of $509 million in government aide even though the company is loaded with so much money it invests its excess cash and reaps big rewards.

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