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Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) delivers her opening statement at the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Amy Comey Barrett.
Author Chasten Buttigieg discusses his new book 'I Have Something to Tell You' and what it's like emerging on the national stage after his husband, Pete, ran for president in the primaries. Aired on 09/1/2020. President Donald Turmp on Monday implored Americans not to allow the novel coronavirus to "dominate your lives" after returning to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he was treated for three days after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
"Don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. Don't be afraid of it. You're going to beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines, all developed recently," Trump, who was not wearing a mask, said in a video message taped at the White House and disseminated on his Twitter account.
"Don't let it dominate. Don't let it take over your lives. Don't let that happen," Trump continued.
The president insisted that he felt "better than 20 years ago" after receiving treatment from doctors at Walter Reed in Bethesda, Md., where he was transported on Friday after being diagnosed with the virus.
Trump, who has held large campaign rallies in recent weeks, also suggested that he contracted the virus because he was "out front" leading the country. And he wondered whether he was now "immune" to the virus, four days after testing positive.
"Nobody that is a leader would not do what I did. And I know there's a risk, there's a danger, but that's OK. And now I'm better. Maybe I'm immune, I don't know. But don't let it dominate your lives. Get out th
You can Sen. Kamala Harris made a direct message to young Black men who will be voting in the 2020 election during an NAACP online event. Donald Trump's triumphant return to the White House - and his message that coronavirus should not dominate people's lives - is at odds with the experiences of many Americans.
More than 210,000 people in the US have died from COVID-19.
Our US correspondent Sally Lockwood has been speaking to two of those affected.