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WH Chief of Staff Tests Positive for COVID-19

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Meadows told people after Tuesday’s election that he had contracted COVID, according to CNN. It’s not clear when he first tested positive.

He was last seen in public on Tuesday night at an election party in the east room of the White House, according to NPR.

A mother has written a letter in defence of her 14-year-old son who is facing a lawsuit over video game cheats in the US.

In mid-October, Meadows refused to talk to reporters after they asked him to keep his mask on in a video that was widely circulated on social media.

He told CNN’s Jake Tapper later the same month that the U.S. was “not going to control the pandemic,” a statement that was seen as an admission that the Trump Administration had given up on trying to control the spread of the deadly virus in the U.S. ahead of the approval of a vaccine.

According to the New York Times, at least four other White House officials have also tested positive for COVID-19. The Times, citing a source who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the cases, said White House staff have been asked to keep quiet about the cases, which appear to be part of a continuing outbreak that has included President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and their son, Barron.

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