Ivanka Trump’s personal assistant reportedly tests positive for coronavirus

The personal assistant to Ivanka Trump, President Donald Trump’s first daughter, has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus.

According to CNN, Ivanka Trump’s personal assistant has been teleworking and hasn’t been in the presence of the president’s daughter in weeks.

This comes days after a personal Navy valet to Donald Trump tested positive, making it the first confirmed case of a staff inside the White House contracting the deadly virus.

Now Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, staffers and reporters are getting tested daily to stop the spread of the virus.

Trump questioned the need for testing as recently he downplays the importance of testing. “This is why the whole concept of tests aren’t necessarily great,” he said.

“The tests are perfect but something could happen between a test where it’s good and then something happens and all of a sudden.

“She was tested very recently and tested negative and then today I guess for some reason, she tested positive,” he said of Miller.

Still, the president maintained he is not worried about contracting the bug and continues to not wear a mask publicly.

“I’m not worried, no, I’m not worried. Look, I get things done, I don’t worry about things,” Trump said Friday.

“I do what I have to do. We’ve taken very strong precautions at the White House and we’re dealing with an invisible situation.”

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