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A running list of all the people Trump came into contact with in the days before he tested positive for COVID-19
Before President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19 early Friday morning, he came into contact with hundreds of people.
Here's a running list of the high-profile contacts we know about, and whether they have tested positive or negative for the coronavirus.
First lady Melania Trump, top aide Hope Hicks, Sen. Mike Lee, and Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel are among those who have tested positive so far.
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In the days before President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19, he attended private fundraisers, campaign rallies, White House events, and a 2020 presidential debate.
In that time, he came into contact with at least hundreds of people. Many of them were maskless, sitting or standing close together, and sometimes indoors.
Experts say the best ways to prevent the spread of the coronavirus is to stay physically distant from other people, with masks on, outdoors.
Trump announced his positive test result early Friday morning. Since then, first lady Melania Trump, White House aide Hope Hicks, Sen. Mike Lee, and Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel are among those who have also announced they have the virus.
Here's a running list of the people we know Trump came into contact with in the days before he tested positive, based on White House pool reports, news stories, and official statements. We will update it as we learn more information.
White House staff and family members Trump is regularly in contact with
Mike Pence, vice president – tested negative
Melania Trump, first lady – tested positive
Karen Pence, second lady – tested negative
Ivanka Trump, daughter and adviser – tested negative
Jared Kushner, son-in-law and adviser – tested negative
Barron Trump, son – tested negative
Hope Hicks, counselor – tested positive
Ronna McDaniel, RNC chairwoman – tested positive
Mark Meadows, chief of staff
Stephen Miller, senior adviser
Jason Miller, Trump campaign senior adviser
Dan Scavino, White House spokesman
Kellyanne Conway, senior counselor
Kayleigh McEnany, press secretary
Larry Kudlow, National Economic Council director
Nicholas Luna, director of Oval Office operations
Bill Stepien, Trump campaign manager
Robert O'Brien, NSA adviser
Donald Trump Jr., son
Tiffany Trump, daughter
Eric Trump, son
Lara Trump, daughter-in-law
Kimberly Guilfoyle, son's girlfriend and campaign fundraiser
Judd Deere, deputy press secretary
John McEntee, director of the White House Presidential Personnel Office
This list is not exhaustive. A few hundred people work in the West Wing, and a couple hundred more staff members keep the White House running.
Members of the White House press corps and traveling pool have been regularly tested for the coronavirus for months, but at least three have tested positive since the president's diagnosis, CNN reported.
Saturday, September 26: Trump announced his Supreme Court pick at an event with 150 attendees at the White House and held a rally in Pennsylvania