Trillion Dollar Coronavirus Stimulus : Politics Podcast The White House gave a press conference Thursday afternoon touting potential new treatments for the coronavirus. The head of the Food and Drug Administration warned that their effectiveness and testing timeline remain uncertain.

Also, Congress may soon pass a trillion dollar stimulus package that would provide cash directly to Americans and a backstop for the wide swaths of the economy crippled by the coronavirus outbreak.

This episode: campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, and Chief Economics Correspondent Scott Horsley.
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White House Touts Coronavirus Treatments, As FDA Warns They May Be Months Away

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White House Touts Coronavirus Treatments, As FDA Warns They May Be Months Away

White House Touts Coronavirus Treatments, As FDA Warns They May Be Months Away

White House Touts Coronavirus Treatments, As FDA Warns They May Be Months Away

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The White House gave a press conference Thursday afternoon touting potential new treatments for the coronavirus. The head of the Food and Drug Administration warned that their effectiveness and testing timeline remain uncertain.

Also, Congress may soon pass a trillion dollar stimulus package that would provide cash directly to Americans and a backstop for the wide swaths of the economy crippled by the coronavirus outbreak.

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