Associated Press
Associated Press 22 May 2020

McEnany defends Trump push for churches to reopen


White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is defending the president's decision to push for churches to reopen. "It is safe to reopen your churches if you do so in accordance with the guidelines," said McEnany. (May 22)

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