Pres. Trump discusses coronavirus outbreak while meeting with Ireland Prime Minister | ABC News

“We need a little separation until such time as this goes away. It’s going to go away.”

Pres. Trump discussed the coronavirus outbreak while he met with Ireland’s prime minister, saying Americans traveling back to the U.S. will be “very heavily tested.” https://abcn.ws/2w3xAiB

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