2020-07-05

A member of the Trump campaign team tested positive for the new crown virus and was the girlfriend of his eldest son

By ddzyx

Global News July 4, according to the latest news from the New York Times, Kimberly Guilfoyle, a member of the Trump campaign team, New Coronavirus tested positive. According to reports, Gilfoyle is the girlfriend of Trump’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr. and the third known person to be infected with the new crown virus.

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The New York Times:Members of the Trump campaign team tested positive for the new crown virus Kimberley Gilfoyle

According to ABC, Trump The eldest son Donald Trump’s new crown test was negative.

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Kimberly Gilfoyle and Trump’s eldest son (data map)

The report quoted a person familiar with the matter as saying that Gilfoyle had planned with Donald Jr. Rump went to South Dakota together to prepare for the celebration that Trump will hold there and enjoy a large fireworks display.

The report also mentioned that Gilfoyle and Donald Trump Jr. did not take Trump’s “special plane” Air Force One to South Dakota and have not had close contact with Trump recently. The entourage met. The source also said that Gilfoyre did not show related symptoms. But out of caution, the two have planned to drive back to the east coast from South Dakota.

Reports that Gilfoyle is the third known person infected with the new coronavirus around Trump, and may have had close contact with Trump. In May this year, a private personal servant serving Trump’s meal and the press secretary of Vice President Mike Pence tested positive for the new coronavirus.

Reported that as a routine precautionary measure, all people in close contact with Trump will be screened for viruses.

Source:World Wide Web