This will become clear if Meadows’ disclosure is confirmed. During Trump’s tenure, the White House was not taking the virus seriously despite the spread of infection among its employees.
Corona was infected before the Trump presidential election debate
Washington, Dec 2 (AP) Former US President Donald Trump tested positive for the coronavirus in September 2020, just three days before his first presidential election debate with Joe Biden. This claim has been made by his former ‘Chief of Staff’ Mark Meadows in his new book.
On Wednesday, it has been termed as ‘fake news’.
The official release of this book will be on December 7. But earlier according to the copy of the book titled ‘The Chief of Staff’ received by the Guardian. The then President was found infected in the coronavirus test. But after some time the report came negative in the investigation. After this, he started his normal work. In which he also had to engage in a debate with his Democratic opponent. However, Trump on Wednesday called it ‘fake news.
Meadows also retweeted Trump’s statement on Wednesday.
The former President is correct that this news is fake. According to him, the incident has actually been taken in the wrong context. There has been talking of getting wrong reports in the book. He said there were clearly two tests. In one of which Trump’s report came positive, but soon after the second report came negative.
It’ll be clearer if Meadows’ revelations are confirmed
During Trump’s tenure, the White House was not taking the virus seriously despite the spread of infection among its employees. Whereas Trump eventually had to be hospitalized and oxygen was needed. The former president said, “Meadows told me I had a Kovid-19 infection before the first debate. This is fake news. It was proved in the investigation that I did not have the infection before the first argument.