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GOP Governor Won't Meet Trump Because He's COVID-19 Positive

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GOP Governor Won't Meet Trump Because He's COVID-19 Positive

GOP Governor Won't Meet Trump Because He's COVID-19 Positive

One of the few Republican governors to differ with President Donald Trump over how to handle the novel coronavirus pandemic has tested positive for COVID-19.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine tweeted Thursday that he would not meet Trump on the airport tarmac when the president arrived in Ohio for a campaign stop.

DeWine's diagnosis is particularly notable as he has taken aggressive measures to slow the spread of coronavirus in his state.


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