An artist uses spray paint to create a mural of US President Donald Trump holding a bottle of bleach in Royston, Britain, on April 27. Days before, Trump’s musings on whether injecting disinfectants might treat Covid-19 had raised concerns among health experts. Photo: Reuters An artist uses spray paint to create a mural of US President Donald Trump holding a bottle of bleach in Royston, Britain, on April 27. Days before, Trump’s musings on whether injecting disinfectants might treat Covid-19 had raised concerns among health experts. Photo: Reuters
An artist uses spray paint to create a mural of US President Donald Trump holding a bottle of bleach in Royston, Britain, on April 27. Days before, Trump’s musings on whether injecting disinfectants might treat Covid-19 had raised concerns among health experts. Photo: Reuters

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An artist uses spray paint to create a mural of US President Donald Trump holding a bottle of bleach in Royston, Britain, on April 27. Days before, Trump’s musings on whether injecting disinfectants might treat Covid-19 had raised concerns among health experts. Photo: Reuters An artist uses spray paint to create a mural of US President Donald Trump holding a bottle of bleach in Royston, Britain, on April 27. Days before, Trump’s musings on whether injecting disinfectants might treat Covid-19 had raised concerns among health experts. Photo: Reuters
An artist uses spray paint to create a mural of US President Donald Trump holding a bottle of bleach in Royston, Britain, on April 27. Days before, Trump’s musings on whether injecting disinfectants might treat Covid-19 had raised concerns among health experts. Photo: Reuters
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