Savannah Behrmann, USA TODAY Published 5:44 p.m. ET April 1, 2020 | Updated 8:18 p.m. ET April 1, 2020CLOSE What does the pipeline look like for a cure for coronavirus? Reporters from the USA TODAY Network talk about America’s most urgent questions. USA TODAYWASHINGTON –President Donald Trump said he would “absolutely” take a call from former Vice President Joe Biden after the Democratic candidate’s campaign said Wednesday that he would be willing to call the White House and offer the administration advice on the coronavirus response.“Oh sure, absolutely. I’d love to speak with him,” Trump said at the White House coronavirus press briefing when asked if he would take the call. He added: “I always found him to be a nice guy.”Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s deputy communications director, told USA TODAY: “Our teams will be in touch and we will arrange a call.”More: Pence urges churches not to worship in groups larger than 10 peopleThe offer from the Democratic front-runner came after Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to Trump, said of Biden’s criticism of the administrations response to COVID-19: “I think it’s really disappointing to have President Obama’s number two, who apparently doesn’t talk much to him, out there, criticizing, instead of saying ‘Hey, here is what we did that


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