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WATCH: Clark commissioner to hold briefing on 'Trump’s botched coronavirus response'

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Posted at 8:32 AM, Jun 09, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft is holding a press call on the impacts of the coronavirus at the county level at 10 a.m.

Joining Naft on the call is Andres Ramirez with Protect Our Care Nevada, a political organization that aims to protect the Affordable Care Act and America’s health care system, according to its website.

The two will discuss a new report released by Protect Our Care Nevada on the impacts of the virus and how county governments responded amid what Naft's office calls "a lack of leadership from the Trump administration."

You can watch that press call in full below:

Commissioner Naft, a Democrat, is on the ballot in today's primary election for District A running against Democratic challenger Ken O’Sullivan.