(CNN)President Donald Trump has grown more and more irate as his attempts to contain the political fallout of coronavirus — much less the health crisis itself — continue to fall short, people close to him said.Trump watched angrily from the West Wing Thursday as stock markets tumbled to their worst percentage loss since the 1987 Black Friday, casting blame on the Federal Reserve for what he increasingly believes is an attempt to ruin his presidency.Hours earlier, Trump griped at a presidential-style address delivered by his likely election year rival, Joe Biden, complaining that Democrats won’t band together to help him pull the nation from the brink.That morning, aides were forced to inform the President that a person he’d come into contact with over the weekend — a senior Brazilian official — had tested positive for coronavirus, a revelation that led to two Republican senators entering self-quarantine.The confluence of events has led to a sense of growing crisis inside the White House, even as Trump and his top officials continue to project calm. He announced on Twitter Friday morning that he would have a 3 p.m. ET news conference. He is likely to announce an emergency declaration, a move that would

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