Coronavirus—Is Trump A Wartime President? : Politics Podcast The Defense Department said it would contribute to the coronavirus pandemic response with hospital ships, field treatment centers and medical supplies. Congress also ramped up its response, with the Senate expected to pass a stimulus package Wednesday afternoon.

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White House, Congress Escalate Coronavirus Response

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White House, Congress Escalate Coronavirus Response

White House, Congress Escalate Coronavirus Response

White House, Congress Escalate Coronavirus Response

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President Trump ordered the border with Canada partly closed on Wednesday, and the Defense Department said it would contribute to the coronavirus pandemic response with hospital ships, field treatment centers and medical supplies. Congress also ramped up its response, with the Senate expected to pass a stimulus package Wednesday afternoon.

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