The White House is defending President Trump's claim that 99-percent of coronavirus cases are harmless. Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany called it a "factual statement rooted in science." Speaking with reporters today, McEnany insisted the President is not downplaying the severity of this virus, as many of his critics claim.        A ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court requires members of the Electoral College to vote according to their state law. Thirty-two states and Washington, DC have laws on the books requiring electors to vote for the winner of the popular vote. Today's unanimous decision in the "faithless elector" case comes just four months before the 2020 election.        Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is blasting protestors who tear down statues of U.S. historical figures. The Kentucky Republican said today he's a big fan of peaceful protesting, but he is not a fan of rioting, looting, mayhem and tearing down the statues of the people who "crafted the beginning of this country."        Businesses in big states like California and Texas are receiving a huge chunk of the government loans for small businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. The Treasury Department said about 68-billion-dollars went to companies in California under the Paycheck Protection Program. Businesses in Texas received about 41-billion.       A Georgia lawmaker is condemning holiday weekend violence that left an eight-year-old girl dead in Atlanta. State Representative Vernon Jones says mob behavior and vandalism won't be tolerated. Jones said the violence must stop and added that all lives matter.        Couples puckering up for International Kissing Day may be doing it a little more carefully this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The holiday was created in 2006 to celebrate the way people can show affection. According to one website, five percent of people older than 45 kiss more than 40 times a week.