- Former President Trump’s first positive COVID test changes the known timeline of his 2020 diagnosis.
- Mark Meadows, his former chief of staff, reveals in his book that Trump tested positive on Sept. 26.
- Trump announced his diagnosis on Oct. 2 before being hospitalized later that night.
Former President Donald Trump attended multiple events after contracting the coronavirus than were previously known.
Following revelations from former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ forthcoming book, the timeline of Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis and the scope of people he could have infected has changed.
In all of these instances, the former president was not photographed wearing a mask.