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White House sources are saying that Trump's condition is direr than being released to the media, as the president has asked if he is going to die.
The president’s physician cast doubt on the timeline of Trump’s diagnosis, before saying he misspoke.
The Senate is out until October 19 due to Covid-19. Barrett’s confirmation hearings will continue.
The event is at least a stark example of what not to do during a pandemic.
More of Trump's aides have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as the president remains hospitalized at Walter Reed medical center.
The next 48 hours will be critical for Trump's care, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said. The president is undergoing treatment at a military ho...
The president has long been chastised for brazenly defying safety precautions to stem the spread of COVID-19.
The president's doctor said Trump was diagnosed with the coronavirus 72 hours ago — which would mean Trump attended events with a positive test. The doct...
Donald Trump’s Covid-19 doctors’ press conference is analyzed by medical experts, after the first communication from the president’s Covid-19 doctors since he was admitted to Walter Reed Army Medical Center following his coronavirus infection diagnosis.
The questions raised by the news conferences and subsequent comments from aides further fueled a credibility problem that has plagued this administration from the start.
The president's statement came after the White House created a startling amount of confusion on the timing of Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis and the status of his health through conflicting statements.
The official story didn't change as much as has been suggested.
Given Trump’s continued insistence on holding public events, there are questions about just how much the virus might have spread among his inner circle and people he has come into contact with.
A senior administration official told CNN's Jake Tapper on Saturday that the cluster of coronavirus cases among top Republican officials likely began at President Donald Trump's Rose Garden event announcing the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told CNN he checked himself into a hospital Saturday afternoon as a precautionary measure after announcing earlier in the day that he had tested positive for Covid-19.
The White House on Saturday sent conflicting signals about the president’s battle with the coronavirus, raising questions over the seriousness of his illness.
White House physician Sean Conley released an update regarding President Trump's COVID-19 treatment Saturday night at Walter Reed hospital, stating that the president received a second dose of Remdesivir "without co
President Trump on Saturday tweeted out a video message from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as he undergoes treatment for COVID-19, saying he felt his condition had improved over the past day but acknowledged he was not out
President Trump's doctor and his chief of staff Mark Meadows said late Saturday night that the president was doing much better since his COVID-19 diagnosis, capping off a tumultuous day for the White House.
President Trump gave a video update Saturday evening from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, a day after he headed to the hospital by helicopter following his COVID-19 diagnosis.
Video posted on social media Saturday appeared to show Black Lives Matter protesters disrupting a pro-Trump demonstration in Washington, D.C.
Supporters of President Trump took to the streets in Washington on Saturday as the president continues to recover from a COVID-19 diagnosis in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows confirms on "Justice with Judge Jeanine" Saturday evening that President Trump’s condition had deteriorated on Friday following his COVID-19 diagnosis.
Hundreds of Trump supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. Saturday to support the president and celebrate those who have "walked away" from the "radical left."
A vigil is planned at 7 p.m. Saturday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland to prayer for President Trump's recovery.
White House Physician Sean Conley updated the public about the president's condition after contracting the coronavirus.
The coronavirus has hit a growing number of figures in Trump's orbit, with potential links to recent campaign events and the Rose Garden.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) contracted the Chinese coronavirus following last week's Rose Garden event despite wearing a mask at the gathering.
President Trump on Saturday released a video message for the public from Walter Reed. Trump thanked everyone for the overwhelming support he has received since announcing he and First Lady Melania tested positive for Covid. As a precautionary measure, the President’s medical team recommended President Trump be taken to Walter Reed for state of the…
A G-7 ally is Trump warning could try to bypass Mike Pence and appoint his daughter Ivanka Trump acting president.
These are the White House officials, lawmakers, and others who reportedly have the coronavirus.
Following months of peddling false information, the president attended at least one event after showing symptoms of COVID-19, putting an untold number of...
Donald Trump’s doctor, Dr. Sean Conley, addresses the potential for oxygen supplementation in the course of the president’s Covid-19 treatment. Dr. Conley told reporters at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, ‘He’s not on oxygen right now.’
At least 10 people in President Donald Trump's family, the US government and circle of advisers and recent contacts have recently tested positive for Covid-19.
South Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Jaime Harrison set up a plexiglass barrier between himself and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) during the first debate of their tightening race on Saturday night.
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