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A new government watchdog reports highlights a dire shortage of vital medical equipment nationwide, including test kits and thermometers. President Trump is defending the federal response to the coronavirus crisis, but Dr. Anthony Fauci says we may never get fully back to the way things were before the virus. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.