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After Trump complained that governors should be more ‘appreciative’ of his efforts, officials worried that their states could suffer as they vie for federal help.
Exactly how Trump and Newsom arrived at this place of quiet cooperation is one of the more intriguing political story lines of this historic pandemic.
For decades, the world relied on the U.S. to help in a crisis. But with Trump’s blunders on coronavirus, China is stepping up instead. It’s a historic shift.
Central American governments can do little to stop the U.S. from deporting migrants who may introduce coronavirus cases to a region so far largely shielded from the virus.
Even as the Pentagon has sent hospital ships to Los Angeles and New York, it has benched an aircraft carrier, stopped troop travel and halted most training exercises. The bigger question is: What happens to national security during a pandemic?
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