2 more Trump campaign members test positive for coronavirus

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“Immigration has contributed immensely to America's economic success, making it a global leader in tech, and also Google the company it is today, ” Indian-American Pichai said in a tweet hours after Trump issued his proclamation in this regard.

A substantial majority of Americans - 61% - say they disapprove of Trump's handling of race relations, according to a separate Fox News poll released Thursday.

According to a June poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, Democrats are more likely than Republicans to say they're very anxious about themselves or someone in their family being infected with the virus.

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Attendees at Trump's rally were not required to wear a mask.

"I want to protect my parents and grandparents", said Chris Rasmusser, 40, a Tulsa attendee who said he wore a mask for part of the time while he was lined up to get into the arena.

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Six members of Trump's team had tested positive for coronavirus in Tulsa a mere hours before the president arrived in the state. Eric Trump , the son of President Donald Trump , waves to supporters before a rally in Tulsa , Okla., Saturday, June 20, 2020.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was grilled during Monday's press briefing over President Donald Trump's use of the racist term "kung flu" to refer to the coronavirus.

Multiple health experts have told CNN that the increased number of coronavirus cases has less to do with more testing and more to do with there actually being more cases.

"He has not directed (coronavirus testing to be slowed), and, in fact, I would note that first we continue to test about 500,000 per day, about half a million people per day", McEnany said. 'I do think there was a little chaos in Tulsa and they disperse the crowds early that people in the front row who were camping out were forced to leave early'.

Protesters also declared a Black House Autonomous Zone across the street from the White House in front of St. John's Church, taking over Black Lives Matter Plaza.

The move will affect 525,000 jobs in the United States, which is now reeling from a high unemployment rate caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he will issue an executive order regarding USA historical monuments, as the movement to remove statues and other memorials activists consider racist gains momentum across the country, part of wider national protests over racial injustice.

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