As most people around the world are practicing social distancing and some experiencing a total lockdown, President Trump announced the FDA is fast-tracking approval of potential therapies for COVID-19 and increasing the number of critical supplies hospitals need to handle a surge in patients. FOX News Radio's White House Correspondent Jon Decker explains the latest action taken by the Trump administration.

To meet the medical demand the United States may face during the Coronavrius pandemic, earlier this President Trump order the Navy to deploy the USNS Comfort and Mercy to take in trauma patients from hospitals that are inundated with people suffering the worst of COVID-19. FOX's National Security Correspondent, Jennifer Griffin discusses whether the military has the resources for this enormous undertaking.

Another way lawmakers are working to relieve the fears and anxieties of the American people is passing a stimulus package that could help prevent an economic nightmare.  FOX's Chief Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains why the package could end up costing over one trillion dollars.

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 presidential campaign is still moving forward. Former VP Joe Biden is leading in delegates by a large margin over Senator Bernie Sanders, but Sanders does not look like he will be dropping out any time soon. Jared and Fox News Radio Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar discuss how the pandemic is playing a part in the campaign.

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