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Politics Poll: Majority of Americans now approve of Trump's coronavirus management

16:35  20 march  2020
16:35  20 march  2020 Source:   politico.com

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An ABC News/Ipsos poll released Friday reports that 55 percent of respondents approve of Trump's management of the public health crisis, while 43 percent disapprove. The latest figures represent a boost in the president's rating from the previous iteration of the survey, published one week ago, which showed only 43 percent approval for Trump and 54 percent disapproval.

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The uptick in public sentiment comes in the wake of a variety of measures the president has taken since last Friday to combat the rapid spread of COVID-19 within the United States. Trump has been widely criticized for his initial response to the pandemic as well as his administration's inability to quickly ramp up testing in the U.S.

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The president has also often led the daily press briefings of the White House coronavirus task force, announcing new federal actions, taking questions from reporters and generally appearing more solemn regarding the nature of the threat facing the country.

Governors on the front lines of the outbreak have praised the administration's increased engagement, while still demanding a more robust, all-encompassing federal response and the delivery of sorely needed medical equipment in anticipation of the coronavirus' overrunning of local health care systems.

But Trump has largely placed the onus back on governors to acquire those potentially life-saving supplies, telling reporters Thursday that the federal government is "not a shipping clerk."

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From cubicle mates to lifelong friends, the cast of The Office has continued to reconnect since the comedy came to an end in 2013. Fans were introduced to Michael Scott (Steve Carell) and his band of Dunder Mifflin paper company workers in 2005 — the show ran for nine seasons — and 15 years later, the cast is still close. Over the years, John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer, a.k.a. TV lovebirds Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly, have reunited to support one another’s career. Best friends Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak, who played Kelly Kapoor and Ryan Howard, have attended many Oscars parties side by side. In February 2020, Krasinski admitted that the show was “absolutely everything” to him and revealed that if a reboot were to happen in the future that he would be on board. “I mean it is my beginning and my end. I’m pretty sure at the end of my career I’ll still be known for Jim,” the Boston native told Esquire in its March 2020 issue. “It was the first creative family I’ve ever had. In many ways, they will always be the most important people in that most important experience in my career. So yeah, if they did a reunion, I would absolutely love to do it.” A few months prior, in October 2019, Fischer teamed up with Angela Kinsey (who played Angela Martin) for “The Office Ladies” podcast. Throughout their show’s history, the pair have interviewed many of their former costars. Kinsey has made a point of sharing all of her reunions with her followers, no matter where they take place.

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