Corey LewandowskiCorey LewandowskiPence fuels speculation of 2024 presidential bid Judge blocks Spicer, Vought bid to return to Naval Academy board New Trump super PAC formed after accusations of misconduct MORE, a senior adviser to President TrumpDonald TrumpSanders calls out Manchin, Sinema ahead of filibuster showdown Laura Ingraham 'not saying' if she'd support Trump in 2024 The Hill's 12:30 Report: Djokovic may not compete in French Open over vaccine requirement MORE's reelection campaign, has tested positive for the coronavirus, a source familiar with the matter confirmed on Thursday.
Lewandowski is the latest person in Trump's orbit to contract the virus since Election Day, though it was not immediately clear when he became infected.
Lewandowski was at a White House party on the night of the election, and he has mostly been in Pennsylvania in recent days as part of an effort to challenge the outcome there.
Lewandowski served as the president's campaign manager for part of his 2016 White House bid, and he has remained an adviser and supporter during Trump's time in the White House. He joined the 2020 campaign as a senior adviser in recent months.
He previously had a brush with the virus after attending a White House event in late September to nominate Amy Coney BarrettAmy Coney BarrettSupreme Court blocks Biden's vaccine-or-test mandate for employers Conservative justices seem skeptical of Biden vaccine mandates Congressional Progressive Caucus backs measure to expand Supreme Court MORE to the Supreme Court. Several attendees later tested positive, though Lewandowski was not one of them.
The White House election night party has emerged as the latest super-spreader event inside the building, though.
White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark MeadowsLaura Ingraham 'not saying' if she'd support Trump in 2024 Tucker Carlson extends influence on GOP Jan. 6 panel asks McCarthy to cooperate MORE, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben CarsonBen CarsonSunday shows preview: Multiple states detect cases of the omicron variant Race is not central to Rittenhouse case — but the media shout it anyway Trump endorses primary challenger to Peter Meijer in Michigan MORE, White House political director Brian Jack, and several other lower-level members have tested positive in the last week.
David Bossie, who has co-written books with Lewandowski and is working on the campaign's legal challenges, also tested positive, though it was not clear if he was at the election night gathering.
— Updated at 12:30 p.m.