Maryland GOP Gov. Hogan says Trump's COVID-19 testing claims ‘just not true'
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WASHINGTON — Maryland’s Republican governor on Tuesday dismissed President Trump’s claims there were no coronavirus testing issues in the US, saying, “That’s just not true.”
Larry Hogan, who is also the chair of the National Governors Association, slammed Trump’s claims that he hadn’t heard about COVID-19 testing shortages for “several weeks” during an interview with NPR.
“President Trump has suggested that the testing problems are over. They’ve been fixed. It’s no longer an issue,” said NPR host Rachel Martin.
“Yeah, that’s just not true,” countered Hogan. “I mean, I know that they’ve taken some steps to create new tests, but they’re not actually produced and distributed out to the states.”
“So it’s an aspirational thing, and they have taken — they’ve got some new things in the works, but they’re not actually out on the streets, and that’s — no state has enough testing,” he said of the administration.
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