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—New York Times and Wall Street Journal report coronavirus pandemic

—New York Times and Wall Street Journal report coronavirus pandemic

Republicans Seek Distance From Trump, and Other News From the Sunday Shows

“I don’t care what side of the aisle you’re on. You don’t have to be on the other side,” Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, said Sunday on Meet the Press. “To me, politics is a side issue. My whole life has been about the people, the country and the world.”

The Washington Post published a list of the stories on the Sunday shows that were most-discussed from the past week. Here are the top stories, from the Washington Post’s list.

—Trump hits the trail with Florida rally. At least nine states, mostly in the South, will vote on Tuesday. The Republican nominee went south on Sunday to Florida to lead a rally for GOP rival Rep. Ron DeSantis. DeSantis, a former congressman and state attorney general, is hoping to win the GOP nomination for governor. He is trying to defeat Democrat Andrew Gillum on Tuesday. …

—The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal’s front-page coverage of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. were both featured on the Sunday shows. Neither paper has acknowledged the role of their reporters as the first reporters to report the outbreak. (In a statement to the Post, the New York Times said that “we stand by our investigative reporting” — though they have yet to release a video or copy of a clip they filmed that reveals how they failed to report on the public health crisis.) …

—The New York Times published more than 100 corrections and clarifications relating to the original coronavirus coverage with a new addition: A video that the Times published on its website in February — one day before then-newspaper co-owner Arthur Sulzberger Jr. died — that showed its reporters on the front lines of the nation’s outbreak in the White

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