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Trump draws horrified reaction after telling Fox & Friends that he’s ‘done a great job on the corona’

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President Donald Trump gave a long, rambling interview to “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday in which he repeated a number of false claims about the United States’ handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the interview, Trump falsely claimed that children were “virtually immune” to the disease, that Democrats were only keeping schools closed to hurt him politically, and that the virus “will go away like things go away.”

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Trump also claimed that “this country has done a great job on the corona,” despite the fact that more than 150,000 people have died from the disease in just five months.

Trump’s multiple false claims about COVID-19 drew a horrified response on Twitter — check out some reactions below.

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Trump campaign documents show effort to stop millions of Black voters by listing them as ‘deterrence’: report

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President Donald Trump has claimed to do more for Black Americans than any president since Abraham Lincoln but internal documents from his 2016 campaign reportedly reveal that he saw them as a threat.

According to an upcoming report from Britain's Channel 4 news, the Trump campaign listed more than 3 million Black voters as "deterrence."

"Channel 4 News investigation reveals a huge Trump campaign data leak, exposing how 3.5 million Black Americans were listed as ‘Deterrence’ - to try to stop them voting in 2016," a tweet from the news network said on Monday.

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‘How dare you!’: The View’s Whoopi Goldberg shames Trump for not paying his fair share to America

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"The View" co-hosts began their Monday show talking about the revelations in President Donald Trump's taxes. Whoopi Goldberg recalled her mother, who was a teacher, sobbing as the IRS was harassing her about paying her taxes off.

"I'll tell you what's pissing me off," she began. "My mother when I was -- I told this story four years ago when he -- when we found out about [Trump's] $900,000 -- million dollar debt or whatever it was was forgiven and he said he was smart because he knew what the loopholes were, and I can think of my mother trying desperately every year to pay her taxes to the IRS, and the IRS coming after my mother because maybe she didn't -- she wasn't able to pay all of it, but she could pay some of it. And how they harassed her to make sure that she paid. And I remember her crying trying to figure out how to pay these taxes. I remember that she paid them out year after year because she didn't make all that much dough."

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One of the cops on the scene of Brad Parscale’s armed standoff was a ‘personal friend’: report

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During his armed standoff with police at his Fort Lauderdale home, former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale had a personal friend on the scene who also happened to be a police officer, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

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