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President Donald J. Trump is right, says Dennis Michael Lynch (DML), founder of DML News App and

In a live video on Facebook Monday evening, DML said a person he trusts implicitly and who is a “top administrator at a top hospital” confirms that there is currently a “pop” in coronavirus related deaths that has nothing to do with Trump’s decisions.

DML was blown away by estimates of potential US deaths from the virus. He turned to his contact for answers and was told that people are dying even if they don’t have underlying health issues — and it isn’t Trump’s fault.

The insider said the problem is a lack of necessary equipment, and that the people who are to blame are at the local, not federal, level. Watch to see what DML learned.

The latest COVID-19 stats (at time of publication of this story):

  • US Coronavirus Cases: 164,248
  • US Deaths: 3,163
  • US Recovered: 5,506

  • Global Coronavirus Cases: 785,686
  • Global Coronavirus Deaths: 37,811
  • Global Recovered: 165,585

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