The coronavirus case count and death toll continues its depressing climb - globally and here in the United States. As states brace for the surge of cases, President Trump downplays shortages and insists supplies are coming - but those on the front line ask, when? And the mounting economic shock: millions of jobs gone, and no end in sight. On today's show: the view from the frontlines with Dr. Ashish Jha of the Harvard Global Health Institute and emergency room physician Dr. Megan Ranney and making sense of the economic aftershocks with Mark Zandi of Moody's and CNN's Christine Romans. Plus, evaluating the Trump administration's response with former FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate and the president's constantly changing tone with Maggie Haberman of the New York Times and CNN's David Gergen. And, a look at practicing faith in the time of coronavirus with Rachel Wyatt, a U.S. missionary living in Tanzania.