Right here is Mark Meadows getting petulant with reporters, who requested he hold his masks on whereas speaking with them in an enclosed area a few weeks in the past.


It’s necessary to notice that Meadows has been in fixed intimate contact with the Trump administration—virtually all of who’ve caught the virus sooner or later within the final couple of months.

NEWTOWN, PA - OCTOBER 31: White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows greets supporters before President Donald Trump speaks during a rally on October 31, 2020 in Newtown, Pennsylvania. With the election only three days away, Trump is holding four rallies across Pennsylvania today, as he vies to recapture the Keystone State's vital 20 electoral votes.  In 2016, he carried Pennsylvania by only 44,292 votes out of more than 6 million cast, less than a 1 percent differential, becoming the first Republican to claim victory here since 1988. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
Meadows on Oct. 31, a number of days earlier than telling workers he had COVID-19

Right here’s a reminder of Donald Trump’s dealing with of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Catching this virus is a severe state of affairs, and I’m not making gentle of it once I publish this reality.


We want a brand new president and a brand new set of values within the White Home. A set of values that make human life, writ giant, of main significance.


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