Rudy Giuliani Hospitalized After Testing Optimistic For COVID-19 – Replace – .

TO UPDATE: Shortly after Donald Trump revealed that Rudy Giuliani tested positive for COVID-19, the attorney was admitted to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington.

It is not yet known when Giuliani tested positive for the coronavirus. Giuliani had recently toured the country fighting the 2020 election result. He appeared maskless at a hearing in the Michigan House of Representatives last week.

Giuliani’s son Andrew H. Giuliani tweeted an update regarding his condition. “My dad @RudyGiuliani is resting, being very well looked after and feeling good,” he wrote. “Thank you to all friends who were concerned about his well-being.” It should be noted that Andrew H. Giuliani revealed that he tested positive for COVID-19 on November 20.

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Rudy Giuliani is one of many in Trump’s close circle who have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent months. Boris Epshteyn, member of the Trump campaign legal team; Mark Meadows, Trump’s chief of staff; Kayleigh McEnany, Trump’s press secretary and campaign advisor Corey Lewandowski and housing secretary Ben Carson were among those who tested positive.

My dad @RudyGiuliani is resting, being very well looked after and feeling good. Thank you to all friends who were concerned about his wellbeing.

– Andrew H. Giuliani (@AndrewHGiuliani) December 6, 2020

Rudy Giuliani, the chief executive in President Donald Trump’s legal effort to overthrow the presidential election, has contracted the coronavirus, Trump said on Sunday.

The news was delivered in a tweet by Trump today. Giuliani is Trump’s personal attorney and has traveled extensively to state lawmakers to look into the president’s case. He is 76 years old.

The question that immediately arises is how this will affect Trump’s struggle to have his election fraud claims accounted for. Giuliani has attended hearings in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and Georgia. In Pennsylvania, two Republican senators who met with Giuliani on Nov. 25 said they tested positive. Giuliani did not wear a mask at these hearings

The Trump campaign didn’t say whether the legal team will be quarantined now.

Giuliani previously claimed he was taking the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure. Many high-ranking members of the administration, including President Trump, were infected with the coronavirus at one point.

Trump tweeted that Giuliani had worked “tirelessly” on legal challenges for the election results. “Better soon, Rudy, we’ll move on!” the president wrote.

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