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Coronavirus Task Force Will Continue Indefinitely After Backlash

Trump isn’t ending the national coronavirus task force.

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President Donald Trump clarified that the coronavirus task force will continue its operations indefinitely on Wednesday, a change in approach after the President suggested the task force could wind down its operations in the coming weeks as the federal government places increased emphasis on reopening.

The President announced the development in a tweet.

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Some anti-Trump commentators had seized upon the proposed winding down of the task force, claiming it was evidence that the administration wasn’t properly dealing with the disease. The continued operation of the task force, which will assist in strategies to safely reopen American communities and workplaces, largely disproves the notion that the Trump administration is merely forgetting about the disease.

However, the winding down of the task force had never been part of a plan to ignore the coronavirus epidemic and its potential lasting effects. Vice President Mike Pence, who heads the group of federal public health officials, had mentioned talks with FEMA to hand off the obligations and responsibilities of the coronavirus task force to the federal agency as opposed to the White House.

Anthony Fauci confirmed the plan to transition the task force to other federal agencies was never an attempt to shut down the group, which will continue to oversee efforts to develop vaccines and therapeutic treatments for coronavirus.

The President discussed his reconsideration of the task force during a Wednesday press briefing. “I thought we could wind it down sooner. But I had no idea how popular the task force is until actually yesterday when I started talking about winding down,” he told reporters in the Oval Office. “It is appreciated by the public.

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Joe Biden Injured While Playing With Dog, Expected to See Orthopedist

Biden appears to have suffered a minor injury.

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden reportedly suffered an injury while playing with a dog at his Delaware home on Sunday morning. He’s expected to receive treatment from an orthopedist this afternoon.

Pool reporters were told Sunday that the injury wasn’t serious and that Biden is only being examined out of an abundance of caution. There hasn’t been an update since the pool announcement of the incident.

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Biden rarely campaigned during the presidential election, instead opting to remain at his Delaware home and proclaim “lids” as early as 9:10 AM. He’d conceivably have no choice but to assume a more demanding schedule if he’s ultimately inaugurated as President.

If Biden is ultimately elected in December by the electoral college, he’ll be the oldest president ever to be inaugurated for a first term by far. President Trump currently holds the record for being the oldest to be inaugurated, having taken office when he was 71. Biden turned 78 earlier this month.

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