TENSIONS PERSIST BETWEEN TRUMP AND MEDICAL ADVISERS OVER THE CORONAVIRUS

Rarely has the schism between President Donald Trump and his own public health advisers over the coronavirus pandemic been put on display quite so starkly. Even as he announced a new federal recommendation on Friday that Americans wear masks when out in public, he immediately disavowed it: "I am choosing not to do it."

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