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Mark Meadows, Donald Trump’s chief of employees, exams optimistic for coronavirus

This is where Mark Meadows becomes irritated by reporters who, a few weeks ago, asked him to keep his mask while he spoke to them in a closed room.

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Video of Capitol Hill reporters insisting that WH Chief of Staff Mark Meadows wear a mask while speaking to them, and Meadows decides not to speak to reporters if he has to wear a mask. pic.twitter.com/kDX10BLDnk

– Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) October 12, 2020

It’s important to note that Meadows has been in constant close contact with the Trump administration – almost everyone who has contracted the virus at some point in the past few months.

Meadows on October 31st, a few days before he announced staff that he had COVID-19

Here is a reminder of Donald Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Until November 4th, the fake news media on Covid, Covid, Covid are full. We round off the curve. 99.9%.

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2020

Catching this virus is a serious situation and I do not make it easy for myself in posting this fact.

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Biden and his staff receive daily updates on the coronavirus, while Trump and his staff only receive the coronavirus on a daily basis.

– Have you ever got your ass kicked by a librarian (@HalpernAlex) on November 7, 2020?

We need a new president and new values ​​in the White House. A set of values ​​that make human life of paramount importance.

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