Trump campaign issues negative campaign issue with remarksTrump campaign stance is unclear.
Trump contracted the virus in the early hours of Friday morningHe’s been in quarantine since Friday.
The statement included in Friday’s news conference appeared to be a response to an inquiry from “The American Presidency” by SenChuck Grassley (R-Iowa), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Grassley’s office responded that the investigation was a “political statement” and that the President was “prepared to have the matter resolved in a transparent manner.” The investigation into the president’s contracting of the virus has been in the news recently for its revelations about contact tracing and the number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19Trump, 74, had contracted the coronavirus in March as he was battling a virus he described as “fever.” However, the probe found that in 2016, the year he signed his initial order, more than 200 contact tracing positive individuals, mostly from the president’s campaign, had been found.
The number of people in contact with the president has been growing since Friday“It’s these people that [Trump’s physician] Dr.
Sean Conley said he was seeing a piece of evidence, and then he said, ‘Well, can you tell me that they’re not doing anything?’ The answer is, they’re not. And he said, ‘No, we’re not changing that.” The president’s campaign responded that the Lincoln Clinic, a “nonpartisan, law-abiding, truth-seeking, nonpartisan organization,” had done more than