President Trump thanks Congress for showing bipartisanship toward the coronavirus stimulus relief bill and discusses meetings he held with world leaders and state governors on the coronavirus outbreak.
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As the number of confirmed U.S. coronavirus cases finally surpassed 83,800, President Donald Trump addressed the nation Thursday at a White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing where he shared just how much the federal government is spending on relief measures.
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“Over $100 billion for our amazing doctors, nurses and hospitals; $45 billion for the disaster relief fund, more than doubling the amount available – this is tremendous stuff,” Trump said. “Twenty-seven billion dollars for the coronavirus response, including $16 billion to build up the strategic national stockpile with critical supplies including masks, respirators and all sorts of pharmaceuticals.”