This week on “Face the Nation”, new coronavirus cases decline in the U.S. but the death toll rises. Congress and the White House fail to strike a deal, and the president decides to go it alone.
Here’s the big takeaways from Sunday’s episode of “Face the Nation”
1. Robert O’Brien warns countries of “severe consequences” for election interference In his first interview since recovering from COVID-19, Ambassador Robert O’Brien told “Face the Nation” that while he had a mild bout it is a “nasty virus and its done great damage to our country.” He said the Trump administration is working on getting portable and fast testing machines to be available for quick testing as well as therapeutics. In the meantime, the country is preparing to vote during the pandemic for the first time in U.S. history. Democrats have pressed for more funding for election security to help with that effort,