Trump reveals his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has tested positive for coronavirus

US President Donald Trump announced this Sunday that Rudy Giuliani, his lawyer and the main person in charge of the appeals presented to try to avoid Trump’s defeat in the presidential elections on November 3, has tested positive for coronavirus.

“Rudy Giuliani, by far the best mayor in New York history and who has been working tirelessly to expose the most corrupt elections (by far!) In the history of the United States of America, has tested positive for the virus from China. Get well soon, Rudy. We continue !!! “, Trump posted on Twitter.

Trump himself tested positive on October 1 and was hospitalized the next day. After a few hours of uncertainty, he was transferred back to the White House on October 5 after recovering and on October 10 he resumed the electoral campaign.

Several senior officials in the White House and around the president have tested positive for the virus and Trump focused his election campaign on reducing the severity of the virus and pointing to China as responsible for the pandemic.

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