President Donald Trump and his wife Melania have tested positive for the coronavirus. They were tested after Hope Hicks, a leading Trump advisor was found to be infected.
The question now is, who will take over the campaign? I think his daughter and son-in-law, for example, will do it.
Several world leaders and governments have already wished US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania a speedy recovery.
Trump had announced Friday morning that he and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus and will be quarantined after the virus was diagnosed with a close adviser.
First world leaders wish
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was one of the first world leaders to wish “his friend” Trump and his wife “a speedy recovery” and good health.
President of the European Council Charles Michel also wished the couple a “speedy recovery”. “COVID-19 is a battle, we all continue to fight. Every day. No matter where we live,” he wrote on Twitter.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who himself was diagnosed with Covid-19 in March and who even ended up on intensive care for a while, also hopes that Melania and Trump will be better soon.
A French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said Trump’s contamination shows that the virus spares no one, “including those who have shown skepticism.” “I wish him a speedy recovery.”
‘No one immune’
Australia’s Agriculture Secretary David Littleproud also wished the president well, saying that this shows that no one is immune to the virus. “Regardless of precautions, we are all sensitive to this, and it is important that we understand that as a global community,” said ABC News.
Trump’s own Vice President Mike Pence and his wife say they pray for a speedy recovery. “Karen and I send our love and prayers to our dear friends President Donald Trump and Melania Trump. We join millions across America, praying for their full and swift recovery. God bless you, President Trump & our wonderful First Lady Melania,” Pence tweeted.