WASHINGTON – With widespread outbreaks affecting nearly every aspect of people's lives, President Donald Trump continues to face important leadership challenges as he pushes for the opening. The U.S. economy runs off before the November election.

Mr. Trump on Thursday outlined a three-step process for easing restrictions on individuals and businesses to curb the spread of the HIV-19 virus, expecting at least parts of the country to rotate. Get back to work soon.

Paul Saunders, a senior fellow at the Washington National Center for Interest, said the reopening was a powerful move for the vote, as economic prospects this fall are likely to be a factor. Decided to vote for Mr. Trump's re-election bid

By Chhouk Bora