US President Donald Trump holds out his face mask during the first presidential debate on September 29. He tested positive for Covid-19 just days later. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump holds out his face mask during the first presidential debate on September 29. He tested positive for Covid-19 just days later. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump holds out his face mask during the first presidential debate on September 29. He tested positive for Covid-19 just days later. Photo: AP

politico | Donald Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis ‘worst nightmare’ for his campaign: strategist

  • The US president will find it difficult to steer public attention away from his biggest political liability – his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic
  • For his election rival Joe Biden, the news is a stroke of political fortune, but he will have to tread carefully to avoid appearing insensitive to Trump

Topic |   Trump tests positive for coronavirus
US President Donald Trump holds out his face mask during the first presidential debate on September 29. He tested positive for Covid-19 just days later. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump holds out his face mask during the first presidential debate on September 29. He tested positive for Covid-19 just days later. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump holds out his face mask during the first presidential debate on September 29. He tested positive for Covid-19 just days later. Photo: AP
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