Kimberly Guilfoyle, a senior official for the Trump campaign, and Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend tested coronavirus positive for a person familiar with the situation in South Dakota on Friday. The person said that Trump Jr., President Donald Trump’s eldest son, tested negative. None of Trump Jr. or Guilfoyle went to Mt. Rushmore for a 4th-weekend celebration with the Air Force One chief, the person said. Both intended to participate, but never to the platform. Guilfoyle and Trump Jr. requests for clarification did not come back Friday night immediately.
Two people familiar with the matter said Guilfoyle should return to the East Coast to prevent interactions with others. Trump is screened regularly for the coronavirus in the white house. The first article in the New York Times was the optimistic one of Guilfoyle. According to NBC News, the development took place on a day when more than 53,000 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the United States.
On the Trump rally, 20 June, in Tulsa, Oklahoma and in the initiation program ahead of Tromp ‘s remarks in Phoenix, Arizona, Guilfoyle spoke to Trump, Chairman of the Victory Finance Committee, on 23 June. Nevertheless, when or where the coronavirus causing the COVID-19 disease has been identified is not understood. While the place of exposure is not known, since many Tulsa participants, including a journalist and at least two members of the advance team, tested positive for the virus.
Six Campaign Officials Test Positive
In addition, six campaign officials present at the event but test positive hours before the rally. It reveals on Thursday that the COVID-19 tested positive. It is for former presidential candidate Herman Cain who took part in the Tulsa rally. The positive results give in to him on Monday and symptoms serious enough on Wednesday that he needs hospitalization, according to a statement on his Twitter account.
Cain, 74, did not need a breathing device and was wakeful at the hospital in the Atlanta area, he said. The identity or contracts of Cain understand. In a statement on Thursday, Trump’s campaign said Trump did not meet Cain during the Tulsa. More than 2.7 million cases of COVID-19 report in the US. It is over 130,000 disease-relate deaths, according to NBC News. Cases in the number of states have increased and 19 States either have re-opened or paused due to disease.