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- Fundraiser at Trump International Hotel in Washington:
- Ronna McDaniel, the Republican National Committee chairwoman, mingles with Trump at the glitzy fund-raiser at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, along with the committee’s leadership team.
- Trump seemed to be in good cheer and good health.
- McDaniel travels to her home in Michigan, and does not attend Rose Garden event.
- Oval Office: Judge Barrett, who is said to have already had the coronavirus and has since recovered, meets with Trump in the Oval Office before the Rose Garden event.
- Rose Garden: Event where Trump introduced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee.
- Trump gathers with Republican lawmakers and members of conservative interest groups to announce Judge Barrett as his pick to succeed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, giving him the chance to cement the court’s conservative majority for a generation.
- The newly renovated Rose Garden was packed with Trump supporters, including at least eight Republican senators, few of them wearing masks.
- Judge Barrett, who is said to have already had the coronavirus and has since recovered, stood next to Trump as he made the announcement.
- Barrett's seven children and husband were in the audience.
- In attendance are: Mike Leigh, Thom Tillis, Kellyanne Conway, and John I. Jenkins.
- Hope Hicks does not attend the Barrett event.
- McDaniel does not attend the Rose Garden event, having traveled to her home in Michigan.
- Diplomatic Room: Trump mingles with guests indoors, including a reception in the Diplomatic Room, where few people, if any, were wearing masks.
- Trump flies to Middletown, PA
- Middletown PA Campaign Rally
- Trump lashed out at Biden as rain steadily fell on Trump and the enthusiastic crowd.
- Flanked by huge television screens that read, in all capital letters, “Fill the seat,” he crowed about Judge Barrett and boasted about beating Mr. Biden in the coming debate.
- Photo: Trump speaking to supporters at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday. There is little social distancing at most of the president’s campaign events.
- A White House reporter who was on the flight to PA would later test positive for COVID-19.
- White House Map Room:
- Trump and Hope Hicks huddled with a handful of aides and advisers, none of whom wore masks, for debate preparation in the Map Room.
- The debate prep group sat around a long table, with a vacant seat between Stephen Miller, Trump's speechwriter and top domestic policy adviser, and Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey, who led the debate prep.
- Trump faced Christie, and there was a television screen over Trump's left shoulder on which they played video clips for him to watch.
- Rudolph W. Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer and the former mayor of New York, joined one of the sessions, which lasted several hours, and sat in the vacant seat between Miller and Christie.
- Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, is part of the debate prep group.
- Oval Office:
- The debate prep group moved the session into the Oval Office.
- Ms. Hicks sat on the couch.
- Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, is part of the debate prep group.
- Approximate: While in Michigan, McDaniel begins to feel ill.
- White House Map Room:
- The debate prep group gathers for a few hours in the Map Room, prepping Trump for the debate that evening.
- Trump is in close contact with Hope Hicks at a time when doctors say she would have been the most contagious.
- Capitol Hill: White House officials who had been in close contact with Trump and Hicks headed to Capitol Hill to introduce Judge Barrett to senators.
- The lawmakers and White House officials posed without masks.
- Capitol Hill/Mansfield Room: Mike Pence, Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, and Pat Cipollone, the White House counsel, posed for photographs with Judge Barrett and Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader.
- South Lawn: Trump left for the debate Tuesday afternoon to cheers of “U-S-A! U-S-A!” from supporters gathered on the South Lawn.
- Airforce One:
- Hope Hicks accompanies Trump to Cleveland for the first presidential debate.
- Melania accompanies.
- Representative Jim Jordan, Republican of Ohio and a close ally of Trump's accompanies.
- Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien accompanies.
- About two hours later, Air Force One lands in Cleveland.
- Evening: Presidential debate in Cleveland.
- Trump’s family entered the hall wearing masks but quickly took them off even as Mr. Biden’s family and friends kept them on.
- The Trump family and Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, did not wear masks while watching the first presidential debate on Tuesday night.
- Trump spends 90 minutes in an often angry confrontation with former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.
- During his relentless attacks on Biden, Trump mocked Biden for wearing a mask. “He could be speaking 200 feet away,” Mr. Trump said, “and he shows up with the biggest mask I’ve ever seen.”
- According to the White House doctor, Trump was diagnosed with #COVID19 on Wednesday morning — despite public being told the Trump was diagnosed at 1am on Friday, October 2.
- Oval Office:
- Trump meets in the Oval Office with Mr. Meadows, his chief of staff, and Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, to discuss the stalled negotiations with Democrats on a compromise stimulus bill.
- “I had just come from the Oval Office and reviewed with Mark Meadows and the president, so all three of us were very clear in what we wanted to do,” Mr. Mnuchin told reporters later that afternoon as he met with Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California for about 90 minutes on Capitol Hill.
- Hope Hicks seen boarding Marine One with Stephen Miller, Jared Kushner, Dan Scavino and Nicholas Luna. Nick Luna has since tested positive for COVID-19.
- The chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel, received a positive test on Wednesday afternoon
- Evening: The entire Republican congressional delegation from Minnesota — Representatives Pete Stauber, Jim Hagedorn and Tom Emmer, the chairman of House Republicans’ campaign arm — travels with Trump to a fundraiser in Minneapolis, MN, and later, a campaign rally in Dultuth, MN at an airport hangar. In a photo they later posted on Twitter, none were wearing masks on the plane.
- Minneapolis Fundraiser
- Attended by Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota.
- Attended by big donors like Todd Ricketts, a part owner of the Chicago Cubs and a fund-raising chairman for the campaign.
- Just before the Duluth Rally, Hope Hicks tells colleagues that she feels ill.
- Duluth Campaign Rally / Airport Hangar.
- Photo: Supporters cheering as Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Duluth, Minn.
- Photo: Trump speaks at a campaign rally at Duluth International Airport, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020, in Duluth, Minn.
- The rally in Duluth was uncommonly short, clocking just under an hour on stage, and it hit on many of Trump’s popular themes of law and order and his support from law enforcement groups; his recent pick for a Supreme Court seat; and immigration, falsely claiming Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) wanted to flood the state with refugees and inundate the state’s schools and hospitals with immigrants. “What are they going to do when in eight, 12, 16 more years we hang it up?” Trump said, talking about how boring he thought politics would be when he left, and giving fuel to the idea that he would potentially try to serve for more than the allowable two terms.
- Attacked Biden’s debate performance and delivering an unusually acerbic attack against Somalian refugees and Representative Ilhan Omar, Democrat of Minnesota, a refugee from Somalia herself. He finished the event in just 45 minutes, significantly shorter than his usual rambling rally speeches. Photo: [Supporters cheering as Mr. Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Duluth, Minn., on Wednesday.]()
- Airforce One: Duluth > DC:
- On the flight from Duluth to DC, Trump fell asleep at one point, according to a person briefed on the matter.
- Before Trump nodded off, Hope Hicks was isolated in another part of the plane, away from the president and other members of the White House.
- DC: For reasons that remain unclear, the White House appears not to have tested Ms. Hicks for the virus Wednesday night on the plane, or when they landed in Washington.
- [After Trump was admitted to Walter Reed, Dr. Conley declined to say when Trump had last been tested before he was confirmed to have COVID-19 late Thursday. Conley initially suggested that Trump was 72 hours into the diagnosis — which would mean that he was confirmed infected Wednesday. Conley later clarified that Trump was administered an accurate test for the virus on Thursday afternoon, after White House aide Hope Hicks was confirmed to be positive and Trump exhibited “clinical indications” of the virus.]
- According to the White House doctor, the Trump received experimental antibody therapy on Thursday morning — despite public being told the President was diagnosed at 1am on Friday, October 2.
- Morning: Senator Lee starts feeling ill, with symptoms consistent with longtime allergies, according to his office. Around the same time, Ms. Hicks was tested, though the White House declined to say whether she came to the West Wing to be tested.
- Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary, held an especially testy exchange with reporters in the briefing room, clashing over whether Trump had adequately condemned white supremacists. She made no mention that Ms. Hicks or Mr. Trump felt ill.
- Hope Hicks receives the news that she has tested positive.
- The revelation that Hope Hicks was positive prompted the rush to pull two other White House staff members, including Ms. McEnany, off the Air Force One manifest for the trip to New Jersey.
- Hope Hicks is pulled from the manifest and won't be traveling with the president to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. that day.
- Two senior aides who had been in close contact with Hope Hicks are also pulled from Trump's trip New Jersey, scheduled for later in the day.
- White House officials decide not to cancel Trump's trip to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. They move forward as planned, "even though Trump had been in frequent contact with Ms. Hicks during the previous two days, when doctors say she would have been most contagious."
- Trump walks out of the Oval Office, offers a brief wave, but skips his usual verbal combat with reporters. Trump boards Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House.
- Trump travels to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. where he plans to schmooze with at least 200 campaign donors.
- According to the New York Times, Trumps aides are "scrambling."
- Trump and his mostly mask-free entourage head north to New Jersey without any public disclosure that he and his aides had been exposed to the coronavirus.
- Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J:
- On Thursday afternoon, Trump, presumably already infected himself, mingled with supporters for several hours at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.,
- First up: A round-table discussion indoors.
- Next: A fund-raiser outside that included about 200 people.
- One attendee said the president seemed lethargic and not his usual self, though others described him as apparently healthy and engaged as he answered questions outdoors, well separated from his guests.
- Nearly 20 donors who gave as much as $250,000 each to attend an indoor round table with the president before his speech to the bigger group at his golf club in Bedminster were required to take rapid coronavirus tests before entering.
- For the larger event, guests gathered under a slightly overcast sky, sitting at large tables with four to eight people each on the pavilion patio. Rik Mehta, the Republican candidate challenging Senator Cory Booker, said that many people wore masks and that organizers took their temperature twice.
- “I was more than 40 feet easy from the president, and people are asking me if I’m going to quarantine, people are asking me if I’m going to get tested,” he said later. “Why would I do that? It was an outdoor event, not a covered event. Why would I get tested?”
- Charlie Kolean, 25, flew from Dallas to attend the fund-raiser and was tested before entering the V.I.P. section. Mr. Kolean said he posed for a photo with the president, both unmasked, while standing six feet away. He praised the safety protocol, but said he was nevertheless self-quarantining in Dallas while he waited for the results of another rapid coronavirus test. “I want to have no second thought in my mind whatsoever that I don’t have it,” Mr. Kolean said.
- The White House did not announce that Ms. Hicks had tested positive before the news leaked out on Thursday evening.
- Trump got his first positive coronavirus test result on Thursday after returning from Bedminster, New Jersey, according to a White House official. That result was via a rapid test. Then Trump took a more thorough PCR test which also came back positive.
- In the early hours of Friday morning, Trump tweeted that he and Melania had tested positive for COVID-19: “Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!”
- The four Republican lawmakers who had flown with Mr. Trump on Tuesday and Wednesday all rushed to get tested even as the House physician advised them that they could continue their work in the chamber as usual — wearing masks and distanced — because they were not deemed to have been in “close contact” with the president. They all later tested negative.
- According to a person familiar with Trump’s condition, Trump was administered oxygen at the White House on Friday morning, well before he was transported to the military hospital by helicopter that evening.
- It is not clear exactly when Mr. Trump was infected or by whom, and the White House remained secretive about the circumstances, declining to provide any account of who made the decision for the president to go to New Jersey or of how Ms. Hicks’s illness was handled on Wednesday and Thursday.
- But by day’s end October 2, there was little doubt that the virus had been circulating in proximity to Mr. Trump for the past week, even as he disparaged mask wearing and campaigned in person in front of crowds that were not socially distanced.
- Senator Mike Lee, Republican of Utah, says that he has tested positive.
- Senator Thom Tillis, Republican of North Carolina, says he has tested positive.
- Kellyanne Conway, a former White House counselor, says she has tested positive.
- Rev. John I. Jenkins, president of the University of Notre Dame, says he has tested positive.
- Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, who accompanied him to the debate and was with him during debate-prep sessions over the previous three days, tests positive for the virus.
- At least three members of the White House press corps also tested positive on Friday.
- Joseph R. Biden Jr. said he tested negative for the virus on Friday, three days after facing Mr. Trump in their first debate.
- On Friday, Mr. Meadows declined to provide any details of the decision to make the Thursday trip.
- Ms. McEnany said the NJ trip was “deemed safe” by the White House, noting only that Mr. Trump was outside and socially distanced himself during the event in New Jersey.
- On Friday evening, Mr. Trump posted a video of himself on Twitter, saying “I think I’m doing very well.”
- Trump on Friday arriving at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where aides said he planned to stay for several days.
- Meadows, the chief of staff, accompanied the president to the hospital aboard Marine One, the kind of small, enclosed space where experts say the virus easily spreads. Those aboard did wear masks.
- In a memo released late Friday, Conley reported that Trump had been treated at the hospital with remdesivir, an antiviral medication, after sharing that he’d taking another experimental drug at the White House.
- Friday night, Trump began a five-day course of remdesivir, a Gilead Sciences drug currently used for moderately and severely ill patients. The drugs work in different ways — the antibodies help the immune system rid the body of virus and remdesivir curbs the virus’ ability to multiply.
- White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said on Saturday that President Donald Trump is doing “very well” and that doctors are pleased with his vital signs. “The president is doing very well. He is up and about and asking for documents to review. The doctors are very pleased with his vital signs. I have met with him on multiple occasions today on a variety of issues,” Meadows told Reuters.
- "We’re still not on a clear path yet to a full recovery." As President Trump remains in the hospital battling coronavirus, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says the next 48 hours "will be critical." -- AP.
- Photo: [Dr. Sean Conley, physician to President Donald Trump, briefs reporters at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020.]()
- Trump was admitted to the hospital after contracting the coronavirus.
- President Donald Trump went through a “very concerning” period Friday and faces a “critical” next two days in his fight against COVID-19 at a military hospital, his chief of staff said Saturday — in contrast to a rosier assessment moments earlier by Trump doctors, who took pains not to reveal the president had received supplemental oxygen at the White House before his hospital admission.
- Trump offered his own assessment Saturday evening in a video from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, saying he was beginning to feel better and hoped to “be back soon.”
- Hours earlier, chief of staff Mark Meadows told reporters outside the hospital, “We’re still not on a clear path yet to a full recovery.”
- Saturday’s briefing by Navy Commander Dr. Sean Conley and other doctors raised more questions than it answered. Conley repeatedly refused to say whether Trump ever needed supplemental oxygen, despite repeated questioning, and declined to share key details including how high a fever Trump had been running before it came back down to a normal range. Conley also revealed that Trump had begun exhibiting “clinical indications” of COVID-19 on Thursday afternoon, earlier than previously known.
- Conley spent much of the briefing dodging reporters’ questions, as he was pressed for details.
- “Thursday no oxygen. None at this moment. And yesterday with the team, while we were all here, he was not on oxygen,” Conley said. But according to a person familiar with Trump’s condition, Trump was administered oxygen at the White House on Friday morning, well before he was transported to the military hospital by helicopter that evening. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke to The Associated Press only on condition of anonymity,
- Conley said that Trump’s symptoms, including a mild cough, nasal congestion and fatigue “are now resolving and improving,” and said the president had been fever-free for 24 hours. But Trump also is taking aspirin, which lowers body temperature and could mask or mitigate that symptom.
- “He’s in exceptionally good spirits,” said another doctor, Sean Dooley, who said Trump’s heart, kidney, and liver functions were normal and that he was not having trouble breathing or walking around.
- In the hospital video, Trump defended his decision to continue campaigning and holding large events in the midst of a pandemic. “I had no choice,” said Trump, who refused to abide by basic public health recommendations, including mask-wearing. “I had to be out front ... I can’t be locked up in a room upstairs and totally safe. ... As a leader, you have to confront problems.”
- Trump also thanked his medical team and hailed the state-of-the-art treatments he was receiving, comparing them to “miracles coming down from God.” Trump’s medical care is far superior to the average American’s, with around-the-clock attention and experimental treatments.
- The president was angry at Meadows’ public assessment of his health and, in an effort to prove his vitality, Trump ordered up the video and authorized longtime confidant Rudy Giuliani to release a statement on his behalf that he was feeling well, according to a Republican close to the White House not authorized to publicly discuss private conversations.
- Trump is 74 years old and clinically obese, putting him at higher risk of serious complications from a virus that has infected more than 7 million people nationwide and killed more than 200,000 people in the U.S.
- First lady Melania Trump remained at the White House to recover from her own bout with the virus. She was “really handling it very nicely,” Trump said in the video, noting with a touch of humor that she was “just a little tiny bit younger” — in fact, 24 years younger.
- Meadows himself had insisted Friday morning that Trump had only “mild symptoms” as the White House tried to project an image of normalcy. It was unclear whether Trump already had received oxygen when Meadows spoke.
- “President Trump remains in good spirits, has mild symptoms and has been working throughout the day,” press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said late in the day on Friday. She said Trump had only been sent to Walter Reed as a precaution.
- Conley declined to say when Trump had last been tested before he was confirmed to have COVID-19 late Thursday. He initially suggested that Trump was 72 hours into the diagnosis — which would mean that he was confirmed infected Wednesday. Conley later clarified that Trump was administered an accurate test for the virus on Thursday afternoon, after White House aide Hope Hicks was confirmed to be positive and Trump exhibited “clinical indications” of the virus.
- The White House has said Trump was expected to stay at the hospital for “a few days” and would continue to work from its presidential suite, which is equipped to allow him to keep up his official duties. In addition to accessibility to tests and equipment, the decision to move to the hospital on Friday was made, at least in part, with the understanding that hurrying there later could send a worrying signal if he took a turn for the worse.
- On Saturday, Conley said Trump’s blood oxygen level was 96%, which is in the normal range. The two experimental drugs he has received, given through an IV, have shown some promise against COVID-19. On Friday, he was given a single dose of a drug Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. is testing to supply antibodies to help his immune system fight the virus.
- “We’re maximizing all aspects of his care,” attacking the virus in multiple ways, Conley said. “I didn’t want to hold anything back if there was any possibility it would add value to his care.”
- He noted that in many cases, COVID-19 can become more dangerous as the body responds. “The first week of COVID, and in particular day seven to 10, are the most critical in determining the likely course of this illness,” he said.
- While Vice President Mike Pence is currently off the campaign trail preparing for the coming week’s vice presidential debate, he and his staff are operating under a “business as usual” approach. He’s still planning to travel to Arizona on Thursday, Indiana on Friday and Florida on Saturday for events instead of isolating himself after potential exposure and to protect himself from contracting the virus anywhere else.
Amy Coney Barrett and her husband Jesse were diagnosed with Covid-19 “late this summer.” According to a friend, Jesse was asymptomatic but Amy felt "a little under the weather but recovered."
On September 21, one day before the last day of summer and three days after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Amy Coney Barrett met with Donald Trump in the White House. At that meeting, Trump offered her Ginsburg’s job and Amy accepted his offer. Five days later, on September 26, the two of them stood together on a dais in the White House Rose Garden in front of a crowd of Washington’s Republican elite, about 250 of them sitting in 11 rows of chairs, gathered hip to hip to hear Trump announce his nomination of Barrett to the Supreme Court. Five days after the Rose Garden ceremony, on Thursday, October 1 (or perhaps it was September 30 per a statement his doctor made yesterday morning but then retracted), and 10 (or 9) days after Don & Amy’s first meeting, Trump was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Melania Trump sat in the first row of chairs at the Rose Garden event. She also was diagnosed with Covid-19 on Thursday, October 1 (or September 30, depending on who’s counting).
Senator Mike Lee of Utah sat in the 2nd row of chairs. He also spoke with Amy at very close range at a reception inside the White House immediately afterwards. Then 3 days later, on Tuesday, September 29, he had a one-on-one meeting with Amy in the Capitol building. Mike was diagnosed with Covid-19 on Friday, October 2, six days after the Rose Garden event.
Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina also sat in the 2nd row. Tillis spoke with Amy afterwards at the reception, had a one-on-one meeting with Amy in the Capitol four days later (Wednesday, September 30), and was diagnosed with Covid-19 on Friday, October 2.
Kellyanne Conway was another of the second-row alumni. She received her Covid-19 award for Most Disingenuous Apparatchik on...Friday, October 2.
John Jenkins, President of Notre Dame University, sat in the 3rd row of chairs, but still got his booby prize on October 2 along with the other boobies.
Chris Christie, who sat in the 4th row of seats, was yet another disgusting old man who couldn’t resist chatting up the lovely Amy that day at the reception. Christie was diagnosed and hospitalized on Saturday, October 3.
As far as we know, nobody sitting in rows 5 through 11 has yet contracted the disease.
Is it possible that Amy Coney Barrett is still shedding coronavirus? Or, to use plain language, is the Notorious ACB a superspreader? It's known that many people who are asymptomatic do harbor the virus, and that some people, particularly children, never have symptoms but nevertheless can still infect others. According to the White House [feel free to discount the rest of this sentence], Amy Coney Barrett has repeatedly tested negative for Covid-19 since her nomination. It may nevertheless be relevant that one study found that the rapid PCR testing system used at the White House yielded false negatives 48% of the time. Covid-19 PCR tests are most reliable 6 to 8 days after the date of infection, according to this analysis of 7 previously published studies; the meta-analysis found that the rate of false negatives was close to 100% in the first 2 to 3 days, then fell to a low of 20% on day 8 before rising to 66% on day 21. After day 21, who knows? A case study from China described an asymptomatic young woman who left Wuhan in early January to visit relatives in another city and eventually infected five of them with coronavirus. The asymptomatic presumed coronavirus carrier, who was tested 4 times over a 2-week period that ended on February 8, had one positive amid 3 negative test results. An Italian study found equal viral loads in symptomatic and asymptomatic infections. Another study found that asymptomatic infections account for approximately 7% of coronavirus transmission.
“Late summer” starts, to be generous, around August 6th. Assuming Amy was infected right at the beginning of late summer on August 7, she first met with Donald on day 45 of her disease course.
So far, no Democratic senators have met one-on-one with Barrett. When Kamala Harris was asked six days ago whether she would meet with Barrett before the confirmation hearings scheduled to begin on October 12, she replied, “I’m sure that’s going to happen. We’ll see how it works out.”
Don’t do it, Kamala! For the sake of the nation...for the sake of democracy...no tête-à-têtes with Amy Covid Barrett.