Donald Trump's Personal Attendant Reportedly Tests Positive for Coronavirus | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Donald Trump's Personal Attendant Reportedly Tests Positive for Coronavirus

A White House spokesperson was quick to address the news, saying that both the president and the vice president had tested negative for COVID-19.

One of US President Donald Trump's valets, which are members of an elite military unit serving the POTUS, tested positive for the coronavirus on 6 May, CNN reported, citing sources. The president has reportedly been notified of the matter and was "upset" by the news, the broadcaster added.

The report was partially confirmed by a White House spokesperson, who said that a member of Trump's team had indeed tested positive, without specifying their identity or position. In a statement, the White House said that both Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have since tested negative for the coronavirus.

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