U.S. President Donald Trump denies downplaying virus, casts doubt on mask usage

Fielding compelling questions about voters' real-world problems, U.S. President Donald Trump denied during a televised town hall that he had played down the threat of the coronavirus earlier this year, although there is an audio recording of him stating he did just that.

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