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Monday Sunrise Briefing: Who do Americans trust to lead?

As U.S. coronavirus cases rise, trust in President Trump is slipping. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll of registered voters shows Mr. Trump still ahead of Joe Biden when asked who do you trust to handle the economy. But Mr. Trump trails Biden on trust in handling the coronavirus outbreak, race relations, and crime. Twenty one states reached new records for COVID-19 cases this week.  With 105 days until the November election, the poll finds Mr. Trump’s trust deficit is concentrated in states where coronavirus cases are rising sharply, including Florida, Texas, Arizona, and Georgia. Mr. Trump led by double digits in these states in May, but this survey shows Mr. Biden with

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