3 Things You Need To Know About The President’s Coronavirus Diagnosis
President Trump announced at nearly 1am on Friday morning that he and the First Lady had tested postive for COVID-19.
Naturally, the mainstream media freaked out completely. CNN headlines suggest the diagnosis has thrown our country “into fresh upheaval.” The New York Times suggested the president should drop out of the presidential race. Other headlines suggest the “world shudders” at the announcement.
There’s no lack of drama when it comes to the mainstream reports.
But when it comes to an issue like this, it’s important not to get hysterical. We should stick to the facts… but that’s a difficult task for the fake news.
Here’s your top 3 need-to-know things about the diagnosis and what it means for the country.
- President Trump will NOT invoke the 25th Amendment (at least not at this time).
In a memo released by Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, the White House confirms that while the President will be isolating in the White House, he is “expected to continue carrying out his duties without disruption while recovering.”
- Vice President Mike Pence has tested NEGATIVE.
It has been confirmed that the Vice President has tested negative for Coronavirus despite his close proximity to the president throughout the week. Pence Press Secretary Devin O’Malley tweeted that “Vice President Pence remains in good health and wishes the Trumps well in their recovery.”
- The President and First Lady are doing well.
The White House statement suggests that both Donald and Melania are “well at this time,” and the medical team on staff will “maintain a vigilant watch” to ensure it stays that way.
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