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Chicago mayor says Trump ‘wildly wrong’ about governors waiting to act in crisis

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Craig Melvin speaks to Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot on the 3rd hour of TODAY to discuss the impact of the virus on the city and the measures she’s taking to keep citizens safe. The mayor also disputes some of the claims that President Trump is making in his daily briefings. “I have to tell you, I don’t pay a lot of attention to the things that come out of the president’s mouth in his daily briefings. Many of them are not based in fact or science and are just wildly wrong,” said Lightfoot.