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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has tested positive for COVID-19. Before announcing her diagnosis, she had repeatedly spoken to reporters without a mask.
For months, President Donald Trump questioned the efficacy of masks and continued to hold crowded rallies. Now, he has tested positive for COVID-19.
The abrupt ending came after Trump told a reporter of Asian descent to "ask China" her question about COVID-19.
President Donald Trump recently denied knowing or having anything to do with the 2018 cuts to the White House pandemic response team. But in an earlier press conference, the president defended disbanding the team.
National security adviser John Bolton says he doesn’t see the point in listening to the audiotape of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
White house reporters confront Sarah Huckabee Sanders with inconsistencies in Trump’s involvement in payments made to silence Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirms Trump wants to strip security clearances from officials who have criticized him.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders addresses reports of rumors that First Lady Melania Trump lives in the suburbs of Washington with her parents instead of at the White House.
Within hours of his taking office, The Leader and his minions were lying about the size of His crowds, and chastising the press for not being sufficiently deferential to their new ruler.
While Congress has all but ignored the White House administration's formal request for $1.9 billion in funding to control, prevent, and combat the Zika virus, the CDC and NHIAID have gone full speed ahead in its research to stop the virus.