President Trump says he is a ‘wartime president’ battling an ‘invisible enemy’ over coronavirus

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  • President Donald Trump has said that he feels like a “wartime President” as he leads the United States through the coronavirus pandemic.

    Speaking during his daily press conference, the US President thanked the American people and assured them that he and his team are doing everything they can to defeat “this horrible, invisible enemy”.

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