News Wrap: Florida reports 1,300 new coronavirus cases
In our news wrap Wednesday, COVID-19 cases continue to climb across the U.S., with deaths exceeding 107,000. The state of Florida confirmed 1,300 new infections, one of its largest single-day surges, but attributed the rise to increased testing. Also, former FBI Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended appointing Robert Mueller to lead an investigation into Russian election interference.
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