President Trump’s administration is waiving interest on federal student loans for a period of at least 60 days, with President Trump saying that this is “good news for the students.”

The president made the announcement during the coronavirus taskforce press conference at the White House today:

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President Trump announced other positive news coming from his administration:

The GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel tweeted out the positive moves from the administration:

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President Trump just announced more important relief for Americans:

✔ Temporarily waiving all interest on federal student loans

✔ Not enforcing standardized tests

✔ Student loan payments are suspended for 60 days

During the coronavirus press conference today, Peter Alexander lobbed an attack at President Trump disguised as a question accusing the president of giving a false sense of hope to Americans.

Alexander asked: “What do you say to millions of people who are scared?”

Trump called him out: “I say that you are a terrible reporter…. It’s a nasty question.”

Then CNN’s Kaitlin Collins had a mini-meltdown in Alexander’s defense.

CNN’s Kaitlin Collins follows up: “Do you really think going off on Peter, going off on a network is appropriate when the country’s going through something like this?”

President Trump responded: “I do.”

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