Stephen Miller, he top immigration advisor to US President Donald Trump, has announced that it has tested positive for coronavirus. Miller occupies number 23 on the list of people infected in the White House in the last week, among the president himself, hospitalized on Friday and already released. Many members of the military cupola are also found in quarantine after Coast Guard Deputy Commander Charles Ray tested positive for COVID-19.
The first to announce her positive was Hope Hicks, one of the advisers closest to Trump last Thursday. Friday it was his own turn Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump.
Since then there has been a trickle of cases that have included the also advisor Nicholas Luna, to White House spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany, and four other members of his team. They have also been infected senators Mike Lee and Thom Tillis, former counsel Kellyanne Conway, and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
Act without masks
Although it is difficult to determine the origin of the outbreak, most of those infected attended the ceremony on Saturday, September 26, nomination from jueza Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court, almost all without masks.
The other positives are the President of the Republican Party, Ronna McDaniel, he Trump’s election campaign boss, Bill Stepien, the president of the University of Notre Dame, John Jenkins, Pastor Greg Laurie, three journalists and a military man.