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President Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien has tested positive for Covid-19

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The head of the election headquarters of US President Donald Trump, Bill Stepien, has been diagnosed with a coronavirus.

This was reported by Politico on Saturday morning 3rd October 2020.

It is noted that the day before Stepien had mild flu symptoms, after which a positive test result was obtained for COVID-19. He will retain control of the company, working remotely, but Trump’s staff is expected to be stepped on by Stephen’s deputy, Justin Clark.

Politico notes that this news comes at a dangerous time for Trump, as his rating lags behind Joe Biden’s rating and time is running out to make up for a lost time.

It will be recalled that US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania received a positive test for the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Stepien’s revelation means that the two heads of the president’s political apparatus are now infected with the coronavirus. RNC President Rona McDaniel said earlier on Friday that she was infected. The news comes at a dangerous moment for Trump. Polls suggest he is falling behind former Vice President Biden on a number of frontline states, and is shrinking day by day to make up for lost territory.

After White House Adviser Hope Hicks tested positive on Thursday, senior members of the re-election campaign passed their own tests. Everyone else, including Clark, had a negative experience.

Stephen left for Cleveland to return to the presidential debate on Tuesday. He joined Trump և Hicks on the Air Force One. The campaign leader was with the president at the White House on Monday.

As of noon on Friday, Trump was hospitalized at Walter Reed Hospital as his advisers rushed to review their campaign plans for the last month. They cancelled plans for a rally in Florida on Friday and postponed Saturday rallies in Wisconsin. They also delayed the West Coast swing through Nevada and Arizona next week.

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