CLOSE Donald Trump staged a dramatic return to the White House Monday night after leaving the military hospital where he has been receiving an unprecedented level of care for COVID-19. Trump entered the White House without wearing a protective mask. (Oct. 5) AP DomesticWASHINGTON – The White House embraced guidelines published Tuesday by the Food and Drug Administration that would likely slow approval of a coronavirus vaccine by requiring drug makers to conduct trials for two months before requesting approval.President Donald Trump had previously balked at the guidance, telling reporters last month that the FDA proposal had to be approved by the White House and arguing that he thought they might have been “a political move more than anything else.”The FDA published the guidelines Tuesday, a day after Trump returned to the White House after being treated for the virus at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and told Americans in a video they should not fear COVID-19 and that a vaccine is coming “momentarily.” Trump has expressed optimism about the vaccine but public health officials have urged caution. More: Trump could face a relapse, experts warn, as president opts to downplay threat More: Reaction to Trump saying not to ‘be afraid of Covid’ “We may


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