On day over 1,000 Americans die of COVID, Donald Trump Jr. claims deaths are down to 'almost nothing'

Donald Trump Jr., appeared on "The Ingraham Angle" Thursday night and made wild claims about the coronavirus pandemic. While complaining that Minnesota officials are sticking to state coronavirus guidelines and limiting the number of people allowed to attend President Trump’s upcoming rally, the president's son claimed that coronavirus deaths in the U.S. are “down to almost nothing.” This came on the same day that over 1,000 Americans died from the coronavirus, and the U.S. set a single-day record for new coronavirus cases.

Trump Jr. also claimed that the U.S. has the coronavirus under control, despite mounting evidence to the contrary, like the aforementioned record cases, Wisconsin now running low on available ICU beds, and El Paso, Texas, issuing a two-week shutdown of non-essential services because of a severe spike in new cases.