Trump Says Social Distance Through April : Politics Podcast President Trump is now asking Americans to stay at home through April, with some hints that the social distancing measures could last even longer. Even with the aggressive measures in place, the White House says 100,000 Americans could die from the outbreak. This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and science correspondent Richard Harris.
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Two Weeks Becomes Six: President Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidance

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Two Weeks Becomes Six: President Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidance

Two Weeks Becomes Six: President Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidance

Two Weeks Becomes Six: President Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidance

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President Trump is now asking Americans to stay at home through April, with some hints that the social distancing measures could last even longer. Even with the aggressive measures in place, the White House says 100,000 Americans could die from the outbreak.

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