The White House of irresponsibility is an infection zone once again. Another cluster is infected, including Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
Mark Meadows, the chief of staff to President Trump, has tested positive for the coronavirus, multiple news organizations reported late Friday night. He is the latest person in the president's inner circle to catch the virus, which is surging across the country.
Meadows was last seen by reporters on election night, when Trump gave a defiant speech to supporters packed into the East Room of the White House. Meadows walked into the room ahead of Trump's adult children just ahead of his remarks.
A spokesman for the White House declined comment. The news comes as President Trump remains in a tight race for reelection, with Democratic nominee Joe Biden just shy of winning.
Meadows is one of many Trump White House and campaign aides to contract the virus. President Trump himself was hospitalized for COVID-19 in October. First lady Melania Trump and their son Barron also had the virus.