The White House has become a coronavirus hotspot. Almost every day there is a new case or two of COVID-19 connected to the White House.
President Trump, the first lady, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Stephen Miller, a number of lower level aides, Trump’s campaign manager and several reporters have all been diagnosed with coronavirus. At this point, Vice President Pence and anyone else who routinely visits the White House can’t feel safe.
With so many cases at the White House, many are naturally questioning how serious Trump and his administration took the coronavirus precautions.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is one of those people questioning the White House’s commitment to health and safety, saying he hasn’t been to the White House for that reason.