08 July 2020


Trump vows to 'very much' put pressure on states to reopen schools in fall (13)
Published: July 7, 2020 at 5:11 p.m. ET By Associated Press 'Schools must reopen,' says DeVos, despite ongoing coronavirus fears President Donald Trump, flanked first lady Melania Trump by Vice President Mike Pence, participate in an event with students, teachers and administrators about how to safely re-open schools Tuesday at the White House.
US official touts global cooperation as Trump makes WHO exit official (2)
‘That global cooperation, which sometimes isn't visible at the highest stage, works every single day,' Birx said. By Brianna Ehley 7/7/20, 11:50 PM CET White House coronavirus coordinator Deborah Birx on Tuesday touted U.S. investment in global public health and praised international efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic just as the Trump administration formally withdrew from the World Health Organization.
White House urges schools to reopen in fall (1)
Trump said in-person education was essential for the well-being of students, parents and the country as a whole, and he vowed to keep up the pressure on governors to open buildings. By Laura Meckler, The Washington Post July 7, 2020 WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump on Tuesday dialed up pressure on state and local authorities to reopen schools, even as coronavirus cases spike, accusing officials who keep them closed as being motivated by politics.
Watch live: White House discusses students returning to school (2)
Clyde Hughes July 7 (UPI) -- President Donald Trump will have discussions Tuesday about sending American children back to schools this fall, several months after classes first closed and amid surges in COVID-19 cases nationwide. Trump, first lady Melania Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will participate in a roundtable discussion at the White House Tuesday afternoon.
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