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Barron Trump tested positive for Covid-19 along with President and First Lady but had no symptoms
Barron Trump tested positive for Covid-19 along with President and First Lady but had no symptoms
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Barron Trump tested positive for coronavirus during the time President Trump and first lady Melania Trump were sick. The White House initially said he had tested negative after both of his parents tested positive earlier this month.

The first lady said in a statement Wednesday that subsequent testing showed Barron had also come down with Covid-19 but had no symptoms.

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President Trump shows coldlike symptoms, received a single dose of experimental Covid-19 treatment
President Trump shows coldlike symptoms, received a single dose of experimental Covid-19 treatment
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According to Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, President Donald Trump is experiencing cold-like symptoms, including a low-grade fever, nasal congestion and a cough, after he tested positive for Covid-19.

The president has received an infusion of an experimental Covid-19 treatment by the biotech company Regeneron, additional to vitamin D, zinc, melatonin, daily aspirin and famotidine, a memo from his doctor Dr Sean Conley reveals.

"As of this afternoon, the president remains fatigued but in good spirits," so the memo.

Melania Trump is also experiencing mild symptoms but stated on Twitter that she is "overall feeling good" and is "looking forward to a speedy recovery."

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Melania Trump tweets about testing positive for Covid-19
Melania Trump tweets about testing positive for Covid-19
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Shortly after President Donald Trump has confirmed on Twitter that he and his wife both tested positive for Covid-19, Melania Trump tweeted that they are both quarantining and "are feeling good."

"As too many Americans have done this year, @potus & I are quarantining at home after testing positive for COVID-19. We are feeling good & I have postponed all upcoming engagements. Please be sure you are staying safe & we will all get through this together," so Melania Trump on Twitter.

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US President Donald Trump and wife test positive for Coronavirus
US President Donald Trump and wife test positive for Coronavirus
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US President Donald Trump and Melania Trump tested positive for Covid-19, Trump tweeted himself on Oct 2nd, 2020.

Donald Trump said both will begin quarantine, after Hope Hicks, a counselor to the president, tested positive as well earlier.

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Melania Trump allegedly used private email while in White House
Melania Trump allegedly used private email while in White House
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According to Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, friend and former advisor of Melania Trump, the First lady used a private email account for communication.

"Melania and I both didn’t use White House emails," Wolkoff alleges in an interview with the Washington Post and states that the both corresponded multiple times a day to discuss government issues, schedules and finances for the presidential inauguration.

Wolkoff's book "Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady" was released on September 1, 2020.

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RNC, Night 2: Melania Trump addresses pandemic and voices her sympathy for Covid-19 victims
First Lady Melania Trump at the U.S. Department of Justice National Opioid Summit
First Lady Melania Trump at the U.S. Department of Justice National Opioid Summit Credit: The White House from Washington, DC / Public domain

During Tuesday's second night of the Republican National Convention, Melania Trump directly referenced the Covid-19 pandemic, offering her "deepest sympathy goes out to everyone who has lost a loved one and my prayers are with those who are ill or suffering," while other speakers mentioned it only as a vanquished threat. The first lady further claimed that "Donald will not rest until he has done all he can to take care of everyone impacted by this terrible pandemic."

Addressing the BLM protests, Mrs. Trump called to "stop the violence and looting being done in the name of justice" and urged people to "never judge anyone based on the color of their skin."