President Donald Trump headed to Capitol Hill Tuesday to push what he called a “very dramatic” economic relief plan to counter the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, and on Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, after experiencing the biggest-ever point drop on Monday, rose close to 800 points in trading near the opening Tuesday before settling down to about 300 points up later in the day — and even in the red at one point –before closing up some 1100 points.

Before leaving the White House, Trump held a photo op with health care company executives who told him they would waive all co-pays for coronavirus testing.

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