Trump says America was not designed to have its economy shut down and he is clearly eager to reverse course before temporary damage becomes permanent; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.

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President Trump taunted Mitt Romney on Wednesday after the Utah senator tested negative for coronavirus, ostensibly cheering the news before going on to slam his record as a presidential candidate and member of Congress.

A “RINO,” as Trump called Romney, stands for “Republican In Name Only.”

Trump, during a press briefing on Sunday, first learned of Romney’s potential exposure.

Avenatti, in 2019, briefly weighed a presidential run. He is currently doing time after being convicted of extortion.

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