To the editor: Mr. Trump’s out-of-sight, out-of-mind philosophy of slowing down the testing for COVID-19 to reduce the number of confirmed positive cases is a great idea! Now, if he can only get the fake news media from printing all of those bogus obituaries, the pandemic would be over. Simple. The man is a genius, pure and simple.
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