In his public comments made Saturday morning, Republican President Donald Trump’s doctor Sean Conley said that Trump knew of his original diagnosis 72 hours ago. That means that Trump knew of his diagnosis as early as 1 p.m. on Wednesday.
If that’s so, then that also means Trump knew he had the disease while attending his Wednesday night rally in Duluth, Minnesota and his Thursday fundraising in Bedminster, New Jersey. Trump didn’t wear a mask at either event.
It makes sense then why yesterday in a Fox News interview, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said she didn’t want to discuss the “exact timeline” of when Trump learned about his senior counselor Hope Hicks testing positive for COVID-19.
After Hicks got it, so did Trump and his wife, followed by his counselor Kellyanne Conway, and his campaign manager Bill Stepien.
The ongoing COVID019 viral epidemic has killed over 200,000 of the 7.34 million infected Americans, and Trump has seemingly done his part to keep those numbers rising.
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