White Home Chief Of Workers Mark Meadows Exams Optimistic For COVID-19 – .
America broke another record for new coronavirus cases today, and one of the new infections is the White House chief of staff.
Mark Meadows has tested positive for COVID-19, a source close to the administration that has been confirmed by the deadline. Numerous other media outlets also endorsed Bloomberg’s report on the health of the former North Carolina congressman. Meadows reportedly told his staff about his current state. One of his close helpers is said to have also tested positive.
As the nation waits for final voters to be counted in an election that appears to have rejected Donald Trump’s re-election goals, America had just over 128,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Nov. 6. This shook the previous record of around 121,000 the day before. Today is only the third time the US has exceeded 100,000 new cases in one day in a week of the three worst days of the coronavirus stateside.
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The terrible irony is that Meadows was the man who said on CNN on October 25th, “We’re not going to control the pandemic.
Not a fan of wearing a mask or taking recommended precautions, House of Cards’ Frank Underwood impersonator Meadows was at campaign headquarters at times, huddling with Trump and others in the senior echelons of the White House on election night. He also attended the new potential Superspreader event at the Executive Mansion in the wee hours of November 4th with hundreds at Trump’s speech in the East Room.
As the seemingly inevitable transition to a new administration by Joe Biden begins, the 61-year-old Meadows’ sideline naturally follows former Celebrity Apprentice host, the First Lady, and son Barron Trump, who left early fall with COVID-19. Close aides like Hope Hicks and Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, as well as staff from VP Mike Pence and others, have also tested positive for the potentially deadly virus in a government that has insisted the nation turn the pandemic around or that it be old ones News is about.
Which is clearly not the case.
Notably, there have been a total of 9.8 million COVID-19 cases in America this year, with nearly 234,000 deaths to date.