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Trump promotes going back to normal as doctors say otherwise

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Senior U.S. health officials warn that the worst of this pandemic is still yet to come. still, the president is eager to get back to business "sooner" rather than later. Joining Stephanie Ruhle to discuss is former HHS Deputy Assistant Secretary, Anand Parekh, and the Director of Columbia University's National Center for Disaster Prepardness, Dr. Irwin Redlener.