Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump continues to face criticism over a report he repeatedly disparaged American troops. Plus: Deadly incidents fuel social unrest in two U.S. cities, what new economic data means for struggling Americans, China’s crackdown on Hong Kong, universal health care in the pandemic, David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart analyze politics and remembering coronavirus victims.
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Trump’s complicated relationship with the U.S. military
Deadly incidents in Rochester and Portland fuel new unrest
News Wrap: WHO urges global vaccine distribution effort
Despite improved jobs numbers, Americans still struggling
In Hong Kong, residents self-censor to avoid China’s wrath
What universal health care means during a pandemic
David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart on Trump and the military
Mourning 5 individuals lost to COVID-19
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