Opinion: Congress needs to take a hard look at what went on at Trump's White House during the pandemic
Masks are coming off, restaurants are filling up again indoors, and the US is, by all accounts, returning to some sort of normal-ish state.
But as the Covid-19 death toll slowly ticks up to the 600,000 mark, there’s a growing consensus that at least some of those lives could’ve been saved. Where and how the past administration went wrong is easy to diagnose as an armchair expert, but Congress needs to begin what will likely be a gargantuan and long process of actually sifting through the data, internal emails and decision making to see what exactly happened and what needs to be corrected moving forward.
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