Sunday marks one month since the first recorded deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus. The White House is weighing what to do next as its 15-day guidelines for social distancing expire Monday. Nikole Killion has the latest.
"The better you do, the faster this whole nightmare will end," Mr. Trump told reporters in the Rose Garden.
Today on "Face the Nation," the U.S. is losing the battle to contain the coronavirus as the number of cases here explodes and experts predict the situation to become even more dire in the next month.
What does effective leadership look like during a crisis? With governors of states struggling with a global pandemic far out in front of the president in response to COVID-19, correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland, chairman of the National Governors Association, and with historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, about when governors take the lead in turbulent times – in this case, a defining event for our generation.
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the United States battle with the Coronavirus.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA commissioner, says the U.S. "might have millions" of coronavirus cases over the next few months.
Governor John Bel Edwards told "Face the Nation" that the current supply of ventilators is "inadequate to the task."