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Dr. Hotez: Trump's COVID-19 response 'greatest public health catastrophe in the last 100 years'

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On President Donald Trump downplaying the threat of the coronavirus back in February, Dr. Peter Hotez says peaks in New York City cases and the second surge in the summer “could have been mitigated, could have been dramatically reduced, more than 100k lives could have been saved, had the White House and the president led a national response to covid-19."