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FACT CHECK: Trumps' Claims On U.S. Testing And Seoul's Population

President Trump misstated the population of the city of Seoul and didn't address concerns that the United States hasn't yet reached the level of per capita coronavirus tests that other countries have.
President Trump takes questions from reporters during a Coronavirus Task Force press briefing in the Rose Garden of the White House on Monday. Source: Mandel Ngan

During his coronavirus task force briefing Monday evening, President Trump repeated his claim that the United States has done "more tests by far than any country in the world."

He was asked by PBS White House Correspondent

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