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From the RightWhite House Still Won’t Say When Trump Last Tested Negative For Coronavirus
The White House once again refused to specify when President Donald Trump last tested negative for coronavirus Wednesday, following days of reporters seeking clarification on the president’s COVID-19 timeline.
Trump first announced he had contracted coronavirus at 1 a.m. Friday, but the timeline offered by the president’s team of physicians this weekend implied Trump may have received a positive test result sometime on Thursday, before attending certain campaign events. (RELATED: White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Tests Positive For Coronavirus)
White House physician Sean Conley refused three times Monday to...
From the LeftWe Still Don't Know When President Trump Last Tested Negative for COVID-19. Here's Why That's a Big Deal
It’s been only about four days since the world learned U.S. President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19—but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s been four days since he was infected.
White House officials and Trump’s personal physician Sean Conley have repeatedly dodged questions about when the President last tested negative for COVID-19. “I don’t want to go backwards,” Conley said when asked about Trump’s last negative test during a Monday press briefing, at which he announced Trump would be discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to return to...
From the CenterBiden: 'We shouldn't have' second debate if Trump still has COVID-19
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Tuesday he and President Trump should not go ahead with next week's presidential debate if Trump still has COVID-19.
Biden, who clashed with Trump at a chaotic first debate last week, told reporters at an airport in Hagerstown, Md., that the pair's second scheduled faceoff should follow protocols from health officials.
The former vice president said he will ultimately be guided by the Cleveland Clinic, which is overseeing health conditions for all presidential and vice presidential debates this year.
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