A look at Wednesday’s paper: –Analysis from @SusanPage: Dr. Fauci stuck to science, without the politics at the Senate hearing Tuesday. –US is ‘printing’ money to keep economy afloat: The Fed is creating dollars at an unprecedented rate.pic.twitter.com/NwG7fwflWy

A look at Wednesday’s paper:
–Analysis from @SusanPage: Dr. Fauci stuck to science, without the politics at the Senate hearing Tuesday.
–US is ‘printing’ money to keep economy afloat: The Fed is creating dollars at an unprecedented rate. pic.twitter.

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