Members of the Coronavirus Task Force are set to appear in the White House's James S. Brady Press Briefing room at 3:30 p.m. EST.
The Coronavirus Task Force will continue its daily briefings on Friday as cases of a new coronavirus in the U.S. surpass 245,000.
Members of the White House's Coronavirus Task Force are expected to deliver their daily press briefing at 5:00 p.m. EST on Thursday.
The April 1 briefing will be available to watch online and on television as it takes place live, starting at 5 p.m. EST.
"We have to hold them back because the surge is coming and it's coming pretty strong," Trump said Tuesday.
Tracking analysts see a discrepancy between White House claims and the real numbers on the testing kits.
"Leave the President's insults, false braggadocio, and outright lies on the editing room floor, where they belong," the petition states.
"I'm going to be working closer with the president, not less so," Meadows said in December.
"I encourage you to use this time at home to get back in the Word, read our Bibles and spend time with our families," Lindell said Monday.
"This is good news for Michiganders everywhere who are worried about COVID-19's impact on their community," Whitmer wrote Monday.
The White House's Coronavirus Task Force is due to hold its daily press conference at 5 p.m.
The members of the Coronavirus Task Force, led by Vice President Mike Pence, are set to appear in the White House's James S. Brady Press Briefing room at around 5:00 p.m. EST Sunday.
"We are learning that not all coronavirus task force members had seen Mr. Trump's letter to the governors before the letter was released," Acosta said.
The task force will update the American public Thursday evening as cases of the new coronavirus in the U.S. surpass 69,000.
On Wednesday morning, there were 55,238 cases of a new coronavirus in the United States.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said fellow New Yorker Jared Kushner, who is a senior adviser to father-in-law President Donald Trump, has been "extraordinarily helpful" in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite criticism over the Trump administration's response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Americans' views of the president are improving.
"To everyone who has left New York over the last few days because of the rate of the number of cases," Dr. Deborah Birx said, "you may have been exposed before you left New York."
Anthony Fauci told Science magazine that on "substantive issues" President Donald Trump does listen to his advice.
The White House will hold its latest Coronavirus Task Force press briefing Sunday afternoon to provide updates on potential economic stimulus proposals, new confirmed cases, and the most recent actions by the Trump administration to slow the pandemic.
"It is critical that all health and medical resources needed to respond to the spread of COVID-19 are properly distributed to the Nation's healthcare system and others that need them most at this time," read Trump's executive order.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has suggested individuals would receive a one-time payment of $1,000, although details are still in the works.
In a tweet this morning, President Trump wrote the briefing will contain "very important news" from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), without elaborating. Here's how to watch the briefing.
The White House and Senate's proposal differs from the one Yang proposed to voters during this presidential run.
Guidelines to control the spread of COVID-19 over the next 15 days encourages Americans to stay at home if they start to feel ill and limite social gatherings to 10 people or fewer.
UPS said they were "prepared to fully support" the Trump administration in deploying multiple drive-through COVID-19 testing sites around the country Monday.
A reporter was turned away from the White House because his temperature was deemed too high.
The former vice president said Americans are demanding honesty and steady leadership that they aren't receiving from President Trump amid the ongoing pandemic.
Beth Cameron also wrote that the Trump administration's response to the spread of the new coronavirus had been "slow and inadequate."