Savannah Behrmann, USA TODAY Published 6:00 a.m. ET March 20, 2020 | Updated 1:51 a.m. ET March 21, 2020CLOSE President Donald Trump announced tougher guidelines for battling the coronavirus and a possible time frame for when the worst may be over. USA TODAYWASHINGTON – A group of anti-Trump conservatives released a new ad Thursday targeting President Donald Trump on his messaging over the coronavirus outbreak. As cases have skyrocketed around the country, the White House’s messaging toward the virus has dramatically shifted from saying they had already “shut it down” in regard to the spread of COVID-19, to daily press briefings addressing the growing number of cases.The ad from the Republicans for the Rule of Law, who backed the president’s impeachment, shows Trump speaking about the issue in January, when there was just one confirmed case. Trump said then he was not at all concerned about a pandemic striking the U.S.’There’s no magic drug out there’: What the people in charge are saying about coronavirusFrom ‘great’ to ‘blindsided’: How Trump changed his coronavirus message amid fear, confusion in the White HouseThe video moves through a timeline of the morphing messaging from Trump and members of his administration on the coronavirus as cases in the U.S. dramatically increased.The ad highlights the president,


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