Trump cancels, then re-schedules coronavirus briefing, 'has additional testing guidance'

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By 1010 WINS

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A little more than two hours after the White House announced on Monday morning that the Coronavirus Task Force daily briefing had been canceled -- making it the third consecutive day that there wasn't one -- press secretary Kayleigh McEnany announced that there would indeed be one. 

Every since President Trump suggested injecting disinfectant to kill off coronavirus during Thursday's briefing, reports have surfaced that he planned to scale them back. A briefing was held Friday, but it ended after 22 minutes and he did not take questions from reporters. 

"UPDATE: The White House has additional testing guidance and other announcements about safely opening up America again. President @realDonaldTrump will brief the nation during a press conference this evening," McEnany tweeted early Monday afternoon.

The briefings will likely continues, but McEnany said, "They might have a new look to them, a new focus to them."