Biden responds to report that Trump tested positive before 2020 presidential debate

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Joe Biden has responded to a new report that the former president Donald Trump tested positive for Covid-19 just three days before the first 2020 presidential debate. When asked whether Trump put him at risk on debate day, Biden said: ‘I don’t think about the former president’

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