Trump was reportedly 'furious' after officials flew Americans with the coronavirus back to the US from a quarantined cruise ship in Japan without telling him




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Trump was reportedly \'furious\' after officials flew Americans with the coronavirus back to the US from a quarantined cruise ship in Japan without telling him  
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