Rachel Maguire Rachel Maguire Oct 5, 2020
  • The circle of people in government or close to the President who has tested positive quickly widened over the weekend.
  • At least eight people attended the Supreme Court nominee announcement last month.
  • Conley admitted Sunday that he had omitted those alarming drops in the President's oxygen levels during Saturday's news conference

It's been more than two days since President Donald Trump was airlifted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. But the circle of people in government or close to the President who has tested positive quickly widening over the weekend. At least eight people attended the Supreme Court nominee announcement last month.

Conley admitted Sunday that he had omitted those alarming drops in the President's oxygen levels during Saturday's news conference. A crisis of government “contact tracking” effort leaves work to others Some seven months into a pandemic that killed more than 209,000 Americans, the nation is now facing a severe crisis of government with its commander-in-chief hospitalized, as last week's White House events serve as a textbook example of how not to handle a deadly virus. The White House already has a huge credibility problem with the public, and the lack of on-the-record information from White House officials over the weekend served as a master class in opacity and contradiction. And it raised major questions about the President's health. Since then, officials in the Trump White House have carefully calibrated their statements about his health. It seems like an effort to put the best face on the diagnosis at a time when the President is 29 days from Election Day and trailing in the polls.

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