The Trump coronavirus fallout: Who in his circle has tested positive for COVID-19

The Trump coronavirus fallout: Who in his circle has tested positive for COVID-19
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President TrumpDonald TrumpWendy Sherman takes leading role as Biden's 'hard-nosed' Russia negotiator Senate needs to confirm Deborah Lipstadt as antisemitism envoy — Now Former acting Defense secretary under Trump met with Jan. 6 committee: report MORE announced early Friday morning that he has contracted COVID-19, requiring dozens of people who recently came in contact with him to get tested for the coronavirus.

Many members of the Trump family, White House staff and others were tested Friday.

Some, like the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, had tested positive earlier in the week.

But others who were in close contact with the president as recently as Thursday will likely need another test to ensure any recent negative results are accurate.

Here's what we know so far.

Tested positive

White House adviser Hope HicksHope HicksPennsylvania Republican David McCormick launches Senate campaign McCormick drawing support from Trump alumni ahead of Pennsylvania Senate bid Fauci on Fox's Jesse Watters: He 'should be fired on the spot' MORE tested positive for COVID-19 mid-week before Trump's positive results. Media learned of her diagnosis on Thursday.


Former White House adviser Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne ConwayPennsylvania Republican David McCormick launches Senate campaign McCormick drawing support from Trump alumni ahead of Pennsylvania Senate bid Christie says Trump, Meadows should have warned him of positive COVID-19 test MORE, who was at a White House event on Saturday, tweeted she tested positive on Friday night.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), who was aboard Air Force One on Tuesday, tweeted that he tested positive on Saturday.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted that she tested positive on Monday after testing negative on Friday.

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDanielRonna Romney McDanielRomney says it 'would be nuts' for the RNC to block candidates from commission debates Psaki: Why is GOP afraid of presidential debates? RNC moves to require presidential candidates to skip traditional commission debates MORE tested positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday, but did not reveal the diagnosis until Friday.

Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien tested positive on Friday, according to the campaign.

First lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpRaskin: Grisham told Jan. 6 panel about 'names that I had not heard before' Grisham says former Trump officials meeting next week 'to try and stop him' Former Trump press secretary to meet Wednesday with Jan. 6 committee MORE tested positive along with the president, according to a tweet from the president.

Nick Luna, one of President Trump's personal assistants, tested positive, Bloomberg reported.

Tested negative

Vice President Pence, as well as second lady Karen PenceKaren Sue PencePences' pet rabbit, Marlon Bundo, dies McCarthy, Ducey speak at Pence fundraiser: report Jill Biden takes starring role at difficult Olympics MORE, tested negative on Friday and Saturday, his office said.

Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenCarville advises Democrats to 'quit being a whiny party' Wendy Sherman takes leading role as Biden's 'hard-nosed' Russia negotiator Sullivan: 'It's too soon to tell' if Texas synagogue hostage situation part of broader extremist threat MORE, who spent 90 minutes on stage with Trump on Tuesday, tested negative on Friday, his doctor said.

Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiGOP senator knocks Biden for 'spreading things that are untrue' in voting rights speech Sen. Ron Johnson: Straight from the horse's mouth Clyburn says he's worried about losing House, 'losing this democracy' MORE (D-Calif.) tested negative on Friday, her spokesman said.

White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark MeadowsTucker Carlson extends influence on GOP  Jan. 6 panel asks McCarthy to cooperate Clay Aiken running again for Congress because North Carolina representatives 'don't represent me' MORE has tested negative "every day this week," according to his spokesman.

Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, who was at a White House event on Monday, tweeted that he tested negative.

Amy Coney Barrett, Trump's Supreme Court pick, tested negative Friday, according to the White House. She met with the president last Saturday.

Defense Secretary Mark EsperMark EsperThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Biden to update Americans on omicron; Congress back Former defense secretary Esper sues Pentagon in memoir dispute Overnight Defense & National Security — Presented by Boeing — Major Russia weapons test stokes tensions MORE tested negative Friday after meeting with Trump on Sunday, according to the Pentagon.

Rudy GiulianiRudy Giuliani DirecTV declines to renew OAN contract Trump abruptly ends NPR interview Kerik to sit for 'voluntary interview' with Jan. 6 panel, attorney says MORE, the president's lawyer, got a negative test result Friday, he told the New York Daily News

Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven MnuchinSuspect in Khashoggi murder arrested The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Biden to tackle omicron risks with new travel rules Mnuchin and McConnell discuss debt limit during brief meeting MORE tested negative on Friday, a department spokesperson said.

Secretary of State Mike PompeoMike PompeoRussia suggests military deployments to Cuba, Venezuela an option The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Altria - Winter is here for Democrats Overnight Defense & National Security — Nuclear states say no winners in global war MORE told reporters he tested negative for the coronavirus Friday.


Attorney General William BarrBill BarrThe enemy within: Now every day is Jan. 6 Dems worry they'll be boxed out without changes to filibuster, voting rules  This week: Democrats face crunch time on voting rights MORE tested negative Friday, according to the Department of Justice.

Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley tested negative on Friday, according to the Pentagon.

Ivanka TrumpIvanka TrumpThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Altria - Winter is here for Democrats NY attorney general subpoenas Trump, Ivanka, Donald Jr. Cheney cites testimony that Ivanka asked Trump to 'please stop this violence' on Jan. 6 MORE, the president's eldest daughter, and her husband, Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerKushner investment firm raises more than B: report Trump: Netanyahu 'never wanted peace' with Palestinians Biden celebrates start of Hanukkah MORE, tested negative on Friday, the White House said. Both are White House advisers.

Barron Trump, the president's teenage son, also tested negative, the first lady's spokeswoman said Friday.

— Morgan Chalfant, Brett Samuels and Rebecca Kheel contributed.

— Updated Oct. 5