Time: COVID-19 Has Killed More Than 100,000 Americans
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As of May 27th, COVID-19 deaths reached a staggering 100,000 deaths.
This is no small number, in fact, it it more than some of the most tragic events in American history:
That’s the most confirmed deaths of any country in the world. It’s equivalent to the entire population of mid-sized cities like Albany, N.Y. or Boca Raton, Fla. It’s more American lives than were lost to the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks combined.
Yet, President Trump is interested in regulating social media companies and going on golfing trips -- this is horrible.
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