(KRON) — Stephen Miller, senior advisor to President Donald Trump, is the latest White House official to test positive for the coronavirus.
Trump and First Lady Melania tested positive for COVID-19 last week. The two were tested for the virus after Trump’s aide Hope Hicks had a positive test result.
Since then, many top-level staff who are regularly in contact with Trump and Hicks are starting to get COVID-19 tests.
Here’s a running list of U.S. officials who got tested and their results (not limited to Trump’s staff). This will be updated as information comes in.
- President Donald Trump – Positive
- First Lady Melania Trump – Positive
- Jared Kushner (son-in-law) and Ivanka Trump (daughter) – Negative
- Barron Trump (son) – Negative
- Former VP Joe Biden – Negative
- White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany – Positive
- Campaign manager Bill Stepien – Positive
- Vice President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen – Negative
- Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris – Negative
- Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi – Negative
- Trump’s Aide Hope Hicks – Positive
- Trump’s Personal Assistant Nick Luna – Positive
- Former Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway – Positive
- U.S. Secretary of Treasure Steve Mnuchin – Negative
- U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar – Negative
- U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross – Negative
- RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel – Positive
- Nominee for Supreme Court Justice, Amy Coney Barrett – Negative
- Senator Mike Lee (Utah) – Positive
- Senator Thom Tillis (North Carolina) – Positive
- Senator Ron Johnson (Wisconsin) – Positive
- Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie – Positive
- Senior advisor for policy, Stephen Miller – Positive
Many of those with positive test results attended a White House Rose Garden introduction ceremony for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett on September 26th. In video from the event, Lee, Christie, Conway and others can be seen conversing with others in close proximity without wearing masks.
Joe Biden, Trump’s Democratic rival for the presidency, tested negative for coronavirus on Friday morning. He was with Trump, without a mask, during the presidential debate on Tuesday. Although they were standing 6 feet apart, they were indoors and shouting at each other without masks on.
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