How Will Trump’s COVID-19 Diagnosis Affect His Campaign? Mitch McConnell Suggests Possibility of Remote Debate


With President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis coming just over a month before the election, many are wondering how it will affect Trump’s presidential campaign. “The immediate impact of the president’s diagnosis on the campaign is that he’s likely going to be off the trail for 10 days, maybe two weeks, depending on how long he commits to quarantine,” CBS News White House Correspondent Paula Reid told Inside Edition.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany lashed out Friday over a New York Times article that raised the question “whether [the President] should remain on the ballot at all” and be replaced by Mike Pence if he gets sick.

“What a ridiculous assertion by The New York Times,” McEnany said. “That may be the hope and the wish of The New York Times, but President Trump is the president of the United States. He’s on the ballot. He’s hard at…

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