How this wartime law is giving Trump extraordinary power

Efforts to fight the coronavirus pandemic have been largely bolstered by the usage of a 70-year-old wartime law called the Defense Production Act. Originally signed into law during the Korean War, the DPA affords the President special powers, such as mobilizing companies to produce medical supplies and accelerating the availability of resources to combat the pandemic.
Tue, May 5 202010:16 AM EST