FILE - In this April 16, 2020, file photo, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp listens to a question from the press during a tour of a temporary hospital at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Kemp plans to have many of his state’s businesses up and running again as soon as Friday, April 24. (AP Photo/Ron Harris, Pool, File)

Health and Human Services Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan joined Brian on his radio show to discuss President Trump's guidelines for reopening America as well as the progress that's being made on a coronavirus vaccine. When asked about Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's decision to reopen Georgia, which President Trump said was "too soon," Hargan said, "Many businesses stayed open throughout this... so that's a decision that local leaders, state leaders, make for themselves using federal guidelines. The President expressed his opinion about what was going on there, the governor made his decision."

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