Mark Meadows North Carolina politician

Meadows remained physically close with Trump through the president's own case of COVID-19.
The president is expected to hit nearly a dozen states in a last-ditch effort to recover ground from rival Joe Biden.
The United States in the past two days has registered its highest number of new COVID-19 cases – about 84,000 on Friday and about 79,900 on Saturday.
Mark Meadows said people aren't bothered by Trump officials misusing their taxpayer-funded positions to endorse Trump's reelection at the RNC.
”I don’t see it as a legitimate thing that should be addressed, so we’re not going to address it," the White House chief of staff snapped at Chris Wallace.
A senior Trump campaign adviser was less than forthcoming about the topic, however.
CNN's Jake Tapper told Mark Meadows there's "no evidence of widespread voter fraud." The White House official's rebuttal was a real head-scratcher.
Republicans, including White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, have downplayed the president's suggestion that the election be delayed.
The president claimed violence is up in "Democrat-run" cities. "They are liberally run, they are stupidly run," he said.
The president keeps meeting people who could transmit the virus to him.