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The Hill 20 May 2020

McConnell blasts House Dems fixated on "perpetual impeachment"


Sen. Mitch McConnell spoke on the Senate floor on Wednesday, slamming Speaker Pelosi's "liberal wishlist" coronavirus aide package and scolding House Democrats who are pursuing impeachment.

Sen. Mitch McConnell slammed House Democrats in a speech on the Senate floor.
In remarks on the Senate floor, Sen. Mitch McConnell blasted the Democrat-led House of Representatives, and bragged about the Senate's work.
New York Democratic Rep. Max Rose demands more information on Russia bounty intelligence.
The coronavirus has reached the US White House. People working with US President Donald Trump have been instructed to wear face masks, after two aides tested positive for COVID-19.
The virus has so far killed more than 80,000 people in the US. The new infections at the White House come as the President pressures state governors to relax pandemic restrictions.
On International Nurses' Day, and the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, nurses around the world find themselves on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19. And from these front lines, many of them are pleading for more protective gear.
Spain has started allowing restaurants, hotels and museums in some cities to open, but almost half the country has yet to meet the criteria for lockdowns to be lifted. Even in cities that have received the green light, many business owners are despondent.
Other developments in the coronavirus pandemic:
- A new outbreak of coronavirus cases in South Korea has been linked to a man who visited several night clubs while infected. The number of related new cases has surpassed 100.
- Germany has also seen a rise in new infections after some relaxtion of lockdown restrictions. The government will contribute 750-Million euros to develop a vaccine.
- After the first day of eased restrictions in France, the country reported an increase in deaths from the virus on Monday.

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