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President Donald Trump's administration continues to dismiss the threat of COVID-19, the latest strand of coronavirus currently spreading throughout the globe.

Instead of addressing the shortage of test kits to diagnose the virus or heeding the advice of experts, the President is using the virus to advocate for his quixotic pursuit of a wall at the southern border.

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Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, came forward with some potentially shocking news regarding his wife and the growing spread of the novel coronavirus, which has spread through 14 states and infected nearly 100 thousand people worldwide.

Wozniak tweeted that his wife, Janet Hill, had contracted a bad cough on January 4 shortly after the pair returned from China. The first case of coronavirus was diagnosed in China on December 31 of last year.

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All too often, words seem insufficient to describe the latest scandal or atrocity from the administration of President Donald Trump.

That's usually when The New Yorker steps in.

Famous for its headline-free covers, illustrators have perfectly captured the administration's mob-like tendencies or the subservience of once respected Senators to Trump's every whim.

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With cases in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and North America, the coronavirus continues to spread at an alarming rate. The first case of unknown origin recently arrived in the United States, with a domestic outbreak considered by some experts to be inevitable.

Despite President Donald Trump's attempts to dismiss the threats posed by the virus in an effort to preserve the stock market he loves to tout, Trump held a news conference on Wednesday evening with officials from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Vice President.

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President Donald Trump and his allies continue to defend his decision to launch an air strike against top Iranian military official, Qasem Soleimani, citing the hundreds of Americans who died at Soleimani's hands.

Trump launched the strike in retaliation to the death of an American military translator and protestors storming the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.

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Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. intelligence officer who killed 19-year-old motorcyclist Harry Dunn this August when driving down the wrong side of an English road, fled back to the United States claiming diplomatic immunity.

Last week, President Donald Trump was asked if he would waive Sacoolas's diplomatic immunity so she could be held accountable with British law enforcement for the teen's death. Many found his response lacking in tact:

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Brazillian President Jair Bolsonaro refused to accept $22 million worth of aid from G7 countries to extinguish the fires raging through the Amazon rainforest, which supplies a wealth of the world's most vital resources.

Bolsonaro then signaled that he would consider accepting the aid when French President Emmanuel Macron apologizes.

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