Make Covid Great Again

Make Covid Great Again

Sarah Thomson, Reporter

Donald Trump tested positive for Coronavirus on October 3 in the United States of America. Even though his recovery has gone smoothly, why did he get sick in the first place?

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said that Trump most likely got sick from the event he held for Supreme-Court Nominee, Amy Barrett. 180 people attended, with about 50 of those people wearing masks.

Fauci said he was completely unsurprised after hearing that Trump had contracted the disease. After diregarding the national guidelines numerous times, such as holding an event full of people more than 10 times the amount allowed, it was no surprise that  Covid-19 was not only spread to him and the First Lady, Melania Trump.

Due to Trump’s sickness, the second Presidential Debate was cancelled. The Commission suggested a virtual debate, but he declined numerous times calling it, “a waste of time.” Hopefully, Donald Trump learns from his mistakes and learns to take rules that his staff created more seriously next time.