Trump’s chief adviser became infected with COVID-19 – news on UNN


KIEV. October 7. UNN. US President Donald Trump’s chief policy adviser Stephen Miller has tested positive for coronavirus. This was reported by CNN, reports UNN.

According to Miller, for the past 5 days, he has worked remotely and isolated himself, being tested daily. He had negative coronavirus test results. On October 6, he received a positive test for COVID-19 and is currently in quarantine.

In addition to Miller, Trump’s team includes former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former White House adviser Kellianna Conway, Trump campaign manager Bill Stephen and Hope Hicks aide who tested positive for COVID-19.

As reported UNN, White House spokeswoman Kaylee McKinney confirmed the coronavirus on Monday.

It will be recalled that US President Donald Trump was taken to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on October 2 after he and his wife received positive tests for COVID-19. On October 6, after his return to the White House from the hospital, Trump recorded a video in which he told about his treatment and urged Americans not to be afraid of the coronavirus. According to the latest data from doctors, the President of the United States no longer has any symptoms of coronavirus.


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