Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump downplays the threat of COVID-19 even as he is treated for it with a powerful combination of drugs. Plus: Politics and the pandemic, why some Americans feel virus fears are overblown, coronavirus misinformation, how the pandemic complicates the path to U.S. citizenship, Americans struggle with food insecurity and a conversation with Sir David Attenborough.
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Trump says pandemic aid talks on hold until after election
What stalled virus relief legislation means for Americans
Why do some Americans feel pandemic fears are overblown?
How to combat a dangerous ‘infodemic’ about COVID-19
News Wrap: Florida extends voter registration deadline
How coronavirus has complicated the path to U.S. citizenship
America’s hunger crisis grows more severe amid pandemic
Sir David Attenborough on saving a planet in crisis
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