Trump says he has no coronavirus symptoms, sees no need to be tested

US President Donald Trump speaks to members of the news media following a closed Senate Republican policy lunch meeting to discuss the response to the coronavirus outbreak with senators on Capitol Hill in Washington, US, March 10, 2020. (Reuters)

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he has not been tested for the coronavirus, saying he has no symptoms of the disease and was examined by the White House's physician.

"I don't think it's a big deal. I would do it. I don't feel that any reason...I feel extremely good. I feel very good," Trump told reporters at the US Capitol following his meeting with Senate Republicans on the coronavirus response.

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