Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, Covid-19, tested positive for the president Tweeted On sunday.
Giuliani, 76, and the former mayor of New York City, are leading Trump’s efforts to reverse his election defeat by Joe Biden through lawsuits in the warring states.
Trump did not specify when Giuliani tested positive or if he was experiencing symptoms. Giuliani did not immediately comment. It was not immediately clear if he was in the hospital.
“Rudy Giuliani, the greatest mayor of all time in NYC history and who has worked tirelessly to expose the most corrupt election in U.S. history (far!), Has tested positive for the China virus,” Trump said. Tweeted, Uses racist terms for coronavirus.
“Rudy get better soon, we’ll move on !!!”
Giuliani was interviewed on Fox News just hours before Trump’s announcement. He appeared in good spirits while sharing the baseless claims of election fraud in a 10-minute interview.
Although Giuliani is at risk of complications from the virus due to his age, he has traveled frequently since the election, often appearing in public without a mask.
Last week, he appeared without a mask in front of Michigan state lawmakers to contest the state vote. On Thursday, he again addressed the crowded legislature in Georgia’s Capital Building without a mask.
In the Michigan session, Giuliani asked A witness to remove his mask so that the audience can hear him better. He refused.
Giuliani was repeatedly exposed to others who tested positive, including his son Andrew.
Andrew Giuliani, a White House staffer, November 20 says He tested positive for the virus and was in isolated condition with mild symptoms.
Trump himself signed the Covid-19 deal in October and spent three days in hospital near Washington DC.
The first lady, Melania Trump, her son Baron, Donald Trump Jr. and a senior ally and Republican politician tested at least 40 positive orbits in the president’s orbit in late September.
Vaccines are on the verge of being approved for use, but the epidemic has escalated in recent months as Trump has faced criticism for abandoning the fight for control.
Johns Hopkins University in the United States recorded 213,875 new cases on Saturday. Among the worsening Thanksgiving travel and gathering figures, the full impact of which experts say is not yet clear, there have been 2,254 new deaths, bringing the death toll in the United States to 280,999 out of 14.6 million cases. The seven-day average for its deaths has risen to more than 2,000.
Trump has repeatedly ignored the coronavirus and resisted public health guidelines to prevent the spread of the disease.
As Christmas approaches, the White House is hosting a string of holiday parties that are crowded inside the house. Photos of a party on Tuesday showed people without masks flocking to the festival.
On Sunday, Deborah Bars, a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, was questioned about the conflict between Trump’s actions and comments and public health guidelines.
“I hear community members look back at these situations, mocking that masks don’t work, mocking that we should work toward support, differentiating that rallies don’t lead to over-spread,” Barks told the NBC president.
“And I think our job is to regularly tell these lies.”