David Jackson, USA TODAY Published 12:36 p.m. ET March 26, 2020 | Updated 12:39 p.m. ET March 26, 2020CLOSE President Trump, during his coronavirus task force briefing, touts the $2T coronavirus stimulus bill and pushes Congress to act quickly to pass it. USA TODAYWASHINGTON – President Donald Trump and other world leaders said Thursday they are trying to fight the coronavirus by injecting more than $5 trillion into the global economy, sharing more health data, and addressing potential trade disruptions.”Combating this pandemic calls for a transparent, robust, coordinated, large-scale and science-based global response in the spirit of solidarity,” said a statement from the leaders of the Group of 20 nations – the G-20 – following a videoconference.President Donald Trump said he would discuss the G-20 meeting at a news conference later Thursday featuring members of his White House coronavirus task force. Trump said he is also holding a videoconference with U.S. governors on Thursday.The statement did not detail where the money is coming from, but appeared to refer to stimulus plans from various governments. That includes the $2 trillion-plus proposal now pending in the U.S. Congress, and which Trump has pledged to sign.More: US reaches 1,000 deaths in coronavirus crisisMore: Americans divided on Trump

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