Trump confirms Rudy Giuliani tested positive for Coronavirus

President Trump confirmed Rudy Giuliani tested positive for COVID-19
Rudy Giuliani, Source: Web

On Sunday, President Trump confirmed that his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has contracted Coronavirus. President Trump came to Twitter and posted that get better soon, Rudy Giuliani, we will carry on.

On Sunday, Rudy Giuliani was admitted to George University Hospital, a source close to the situation described to a news outlet, CNN.

 After a few hours, President Donald Trump came up with the news, Rudy Giuliani himself, seemed to confirm his contracting of COVID-19 by tweeting that he is receiving great care and feeling good.

There were no extra details founded about his situation, and it is ambiguous when Rudy Giuliani got a positive result for Coronavirus. Moreover, Rudy Giuliani and his spokesman have declined CNN’s requests for comment.

New York’s ex-mayor has been crossing the nation to battlefield states, heading the long-shot legal battle of President to invert the outcomes of the 2020 presidential race.

Rudy consistently ignored public health measures

President’s personal lawyer has consistently overlooked the public health measures, looking mask-less in hotel ballrooms, state capitols, and at indoor news meetings in the previous weeks. On Thursday, Rudy was visiting at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta to join a Georgia state Senate hearing on the election of November. Besides this, during break time, he uncovered his face by removing the mask to meet and take photographs with his supporters.

Trump confirms Rudy Giuliani tested positive for Coronavirus
Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal attorney, tested positive for COVID-19,
Source: Web

On Wednesday, he went to Michigan for a conference of the state House hearing that took four-and-a-half-hour, at that time, Rudy wasn’t wearing mask when he pushed misleading allegations that the presidential election was fetched from President Trump.

At the start of the week, he was in Arizona on Monday, conferencing with a few GOP staff of the state’s legislature to negotiate unproven claims that the presidential race was fraudulent.

On Sunday night, in an email, the communications director for the Arizona Senate (Mike Phillipsen) confirmed that the Arizona Senate will be halted this week due to the COVID-19 crisis. Furthermore, he described to CNN that he wasn’t aware of any diagnosis among Senate legislators.

On late Sunday night, in a declaration, President Trump campaign said that Rudy Giuliani two times tested negative for COVID-19 quickly preceding his tour to Arizona, Georgia, and Michigan, the previous week. Besides this, the Trump campaign said that Rudy didn’t expose any Coronavirus symptoms or test positive for Coronavirus until above forty-eight hours after his return.