LANSING, Mich. — President Donald Trump’s campaign stops on Tuesday read like a rundown of some of the nation’s top coronavirus hot spots.There was Wisconsin, where the rate of positive tests has passed 25 percent. Nebraska, where health officials are reporting the highest number of hospitalizations since the start of the pandemic. And Michigan, where the number of cases has nearly doubled in recent weeks, and some medical facilities are nearing capacity amid the surge in new infections.But at the campaign events themselves, and at similar rallies over the presidential race’s waning days, the surging numbers haven’t been the coronavirus issue on which he has appeared most focused.“Covid, covid, covid, covid, covid, covid cases — do you ever notice they use the word ‘cases’? Like Barron Trump has a case, sniffles, one Kleenex and he was better,” Trump told a tightly packed, mostly mask-less crowd here in Michigan’s state capital, in remarks downplaying the severity of the virus.Coronavirus cases are only up because of increased testing, he said, and media coverage of the pandemic is being used to make him look bad. Regarding testing, he said, “in many ways I hate it. We test everybody. … If I told them


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