A day after giving a self-congratulatory news conference in which he declared the U.S. government had “tremendous control” over the pandemic, Trump on Monday appeared chastened by the magnitude of the crisis facing the nation and testing his presidency.“If you’re talking about the virus, that’s not under control any place in the world,” he said Monday, describing the virus as “an invisible enemy” and “a very bad one” that could continue to afflict the United States until August or later.As Trump spoke, stocks continued their historic plunge, with the Dow Jones industrial average ending the day down almost 13 percent, falling almost 3,000 points for its worst daily slide since 1987.Several state governors on Monday voiced frustration with Trump’s handling of the crisis, taking unilateral steps to protect their residents as they criticized the lack of clarity and direction from Washington.Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) moved to postpone that state’s primary election, scheduled for Tuesday, until June. The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued joint directives closing bars, gyms, movie theaters, casinos and dine-in restaurants.San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Monday ordered all residents to stay indoors, except for essential needs, part of a regionwide call for 6 million

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