The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 5, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: May 5, 2020
The eight. And I want to ask about what doctor about she said last night about the reopening of the country. He says it's the balance of something that's a very difficult choice how many deaths and how much suffering are you willing to accept. To get back where you want to be. Do you see it that way do you believe that's the reality we're facing that that lives will be lost to reopen the country. It's possible there will be sound because you won't be locked into an apartment or more house or whatever it is. At the same time we're gonna practice social distancing we're going to be washing hands were going to be doing a lot of things that we've learned to do over the last period of time. And we have to get our country back you know people are dying the other late June when you look at. What's happened with the drugs goes up. When you look at suicides every take a look at what's going on people losing their jobs. We have to bring it back and that's what would. President Chung played down playing at Johns Hopkins University analysis done warrant his administration. Showing a potential surge and drove in cases and deaths by June. The data suggesting the number of Americans dying every day from coated nineteen couldn't nearly double by June 1 just 3000 in and day game if precautions aren't hate gain from the Johns Hopkins says the data wasn't intended to be used as us forecast. Bombshell accusations from controversial Venezuelan leader Nicklaus in the durable Monday and his socialist president claiming his country who had spoiled an apparent. Coup attempt to really booming horseshoe from about eight people were killed Venezuelan authorities arrested two Americans identified as loomed get minimum and new Aaron Barry both former US special forces soldiers caught on the credit. It's not immoral or. I'm saying the government of the United States of America is fully and completely involved in this raid and who were they fighting for Burke Donald Trump it's as simple as that from the resident dropped who says he does not recognize the dual role as the leader of Venezuela. Today on the South Lawn denying any American involvement. Nothing until Iraq. Mean you know high state trooper's body is pulling over and in the errant driver instead it was a five year old boy driving down the highway. He told police he wanted to try to California to pile Lambert's team he knows many parents are college and the older sibling that was supposed to be launching him. Local prosecutors will decide whether to file charges against the boys. Parents. And the hate Netflix documentary tiger he has now been turned into another teenage chairman and this time in any episodes of the series about Joseph exotic and Hollywood reporter says Nicolas Cage will play the lead. And.

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