Donald Trump, Jr. Tests Positive For The Coronavirus
Donald Trump, Jr., the oldest son of President Donald Trump, has tested positive for the coronavirus. In addition to Donald Trump, Jr.‘s coronavirus diagnosis, as well as the positive coronavirus test of his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, his stepmother, First Lady Melania Trump, his brother, Barron Trump, the president’s chief of staff Mark Meadows, White House Political Affairs Director Brian Jack, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, and a number of other top officials have also tested positive for coronavirus recently.
Some of these positive test results occurred following what some have dubbed an indoor “superspreader” party held on Election Night where just about all of the attendees reportedly did not wear masks.
A huge advocate for his father, Donald Trump, Jr. officially confirmed multiple news reports that he had COVID-19 on his Instagram page with a video announcement to his followers. In the post, he indicated that he had been “totally asymptomatic,” but that he would quarantine “out of an abundance of precaution.”
Donald Trump, Jr.‘s spokesman told CNN he had received the positive test diagnosis at the beginning of the week and also said that he:
…has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result. He’s been completely asymptomatic so far and is following all medically recommended COVID-19 guidelines.
You can see I don’t have the red eyes like they claimed I had for apparently using cocaine prior to my RNC speech but that is the world of the Internet.
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