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US President Donald Trump says he is prepared to permanently withdraw funds to the World Health Organization in 30 days
US President Donald Trump says he has been taking a drug used by lupus and arthritis sufferers to protect himself from COVID-19, despite a lack of evidence that it actually combats the disease.
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The US President said the country is pouring resources into expediting vaccine trials and getting ready to quickly produce and distribute the vaccine once it's been developed.
The US President clashed with two reporters before walking out of his own White House coronavirus briefing.
Trump repeatedly blamed China for its handling of the outbreak, criticising the country for restricting domestic travel to slow the virus but not international travel to keep it from spreading abroad.
COVID-19 cases in the US pass the one million mark and more Americans have lost their lives to the disease than died during the Vietnam War.
His comments, which came on the day the US death toll from COVID-19 passed 50,000 people, sparked a backlash online.
There has only been one headline worth printing since Donald Trump was elected president. That headline is "Donald Trump suffers from a dangerous incurable narcissistic disorder which makes him incapable of empathy and reason. He is a grave danger to the US and the world."
He has vowed to put a 60-day stop on the issuing of green cards in an effort to limit competition for jobs in an economy wrecked by the coronavirus.
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"``To have an American president to encourage people to violate the law, I can't remember any time during my time in America where we have seen such a thing,'' Washington state's Democratic governor, Jay Inslee, has said.
US governors eager feeling the heat from the US President and keen to rescue their economies are moving to ease coronavirus restrictions, even as new hot spots emerge.
The US President has defended rhetoric appearing to back protests against coronavirus lockdowns in Democrat-led states.
The new guidelines are aimed at easing restrictions in areas with low transmission of the coronavirus, while holding the line in harder-hit locations.
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Trump has faced mounting criticism over his administration's response to the COVID-19 crisis.
While a number of countries are preparing to start easing their coronavirus lockdowns, the UK is set to announce an extension of its containment measures
The United States is the WHO's largest single donor – and governments and health experts worry that by suspending funding, it could jeopardise efforts to stop the coronavirus pandemic.
One MEP said Trump's move was "dangerous and irresponsible".
Here are the latest updates on the COVID-19 pandemic from across Europe and the world.
The US is currently the most impacted by the global pandemic with more than half a million confirmed cases of the virus, according to a Johns Hopkins University count.
The pandemic has already had a significant impact on the presidential primaries.
The French medicine body has warned against using anti-malaria drugs to treat coronavirus, warning of possible fatalities.
The US president confirms a shortage of masks and other medical supplies as the number of coronavirus cases tops 200,000.