President Trump POTUS and First Lady Melania Trump FLOTUS test positive for COVID-19

POTUS and FLOTUS tested positive for COVID-19


The president and first lady confirmed in the early hours of Friday morning that both have tested positive for the virus. The pair were tested after Hope Hicks, a White House aide, also tested positive for the disease. The Trumps will isolate in the White House while they recover.

POTUS and FLOTUS tested positive for COVID-19
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World leaders send best wishes to Donald and Melania Trump after they test positive for COVID-19

After the president and the first lady tested positive for COVID-19, many politicians around the world wished the couple a speedy recovery. Among them is Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister who tested positive for the virus in March.


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