COVID-19 Deaths Could Spike This Week : Politics Podcast Deaths from the coronavirus outbreak are expected to spike this week in some of the country's hardest hit communities. President Trump breaks from his medical advisers and recommends a coronavirus treatment that is still being tested.

And lawmakers adjust to legislating in the era of social distancing.

This episode: White House correspondents Tamara Keith and Franco Ordoñez, and congressional reporter Claudia Grisales.
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White House: This Week Could Be Toughest Yet

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White House: This Week Could Be Toughest Yet

White House: This Week Could Be Toughest Yet

White House: This Week Could Be Toughest Yet

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Deaths from the coronavirus outbreak are expected to spike this week in some of the country's hardest hit communities. President Trump breaks from his medical advisers and recommends a coronavirus treatment that is still being tested. And, lawmakers adjust to legislating in the era of social distancing.

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