The virus will magically disappear. That’s what President Donald Trump said again this week, even as the United States nears 2.8 million COVID-19 cases and closes in on 130,000 dead Americans as a result of the virus.
It doesn’t appear that the virus is going away anytime soon, just ask Florida, Texas, Georgia and Arizona. On Friday, the United States, again, set a single-day record for cases of the virus with more than 55,000.
Apparently, one of those positive cases is former Fox News contributor and Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle.
On Saturday, former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson slammed Guilfoyle, calling her out for her apparent refusal to wear a face mask and for her conduct while the two were at FNC together.
Of course, Carlson was the first to come forward with sexual assault allegations against the Roger Ailes, who was the head of the network at the time. Following Carlson’s admission about the conservative network, several other high-profile female anchors and reporters came forward with similar tales about such behavior at the Fox News Channel.
Most recently, Fox and Friends host Ed Henry was let go for after the network looked into sexual assault allegations leveled against him.
Guilfoyle’s positive tests comes after Vice President Pence canceled campaign events following members of his Secret Service detail also came down with the virus.