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Trump spent nearly 25% of his term golfing

Posted by / December 31, 2020

Donald Trump has spent a whopping 313 days of his presidential term golfing. That’s ten months, or roughly a quarter of his presidency.

Trump told the American people that he would be working “tirelessly” for them, but instead he went golfing.

While members of the G20 were meeting to discuss how to address the COVID situation, Donald Trump went golfing.

As a reminder, here is a short list of people in the Trump administration with COVID. Andrew Giuliani had COVID had latest in a shockingly long list of White House officials to get the ‘rona.Donald Trump Jr. has tested positive for COVID. In case that doesn’t make it abundantly clear that Trump doesn’t care about COVID and who gets it––and who might die because of it––a whopping 130 Secret Service agents are either COVID positive or quarantining after Trump refused to quarantine (and took a victory lap from the hospital where he was recovering from COVID).

Three more people close to Donald Trump have tested positive for COVID. Two are White House aides, including the political director, and the third was a guest of Rudy Giuliani.

Mark Meadows, Trump’s chief of staff, has also recently tested positive for COVID. His aides are frustrated because he did not issue a statement and only advised a close circle. That put Trump’s entire staff at risk.

The White House’s COVID outbreak spread to the Vice President’s office. His chief of staff, Marc Short, tested positive for the virus. Despite Pence’s exposure, he will still travelStephen Miller, one of the president’s senior advisors, also got COVID.

Trump’s press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and two of her deputies tested positive for COVID, as did a New York Times White House reporter, who complained that the White House is not contact tracing.

Because Trump and his campaign team were careful with their COVID precautions, officials in the four states he visited had to scramble to figure out who might be at risk.

Trump’s brush with COVID was not as minor as he  made it sound. A source told the Associated Press that President Trump was given supplemental oxygen before going to the hospital. At the hospital, he was taken off oxygen, but he was also given his first dose of Remdesivir, an experimental antiviral treatment.

Ronna McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Convention, has also tested positive for COVID. And, according to Christ Christie, no one on Trump’s debate prep team was wearing a mask, meaning it is likely that all of Trump’s aides have been exposed to COVID.

Some staffers report that Trump was showing signs of COVID on Wednesday, leading to some fears that Joe Biden might have been exposed during Tuesday’s debate. Fortunately, Biden has tested negative so far.

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