Donald Trump announced sightly more than 200 appointments, primarily to federal advisory boards and committees, since November 3. Roughly 100 of the individuals appointed are allies.
On Monday, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany announced that she too has tested positive for the virus.
The former New Jersey governor announced his diagnosis in a tweet, writing: "I just received word that I am positive for COVID-19. I want to thank all of my friends and colleagues who have reached out to ask how I was feeling in the last day or two."
The press secretary said that White House medical staff have begun contact tracing for everyone who has been near infected individuals, but the U.S. has a bad record of conducting such tracking efforts.
National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien, Ohio Representative Jim Jordan and several White House officials reportedly traveled with Trump's senior aide before her diagnosis.
The president's aide tested positive after traveling with him to debate on Tuesday and Minnesota rally on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump are both beginning to quarantine after presidential aide Hope Hicks tested positive for COVID-19.
Hicks had been White House communications director until March 2018, when she quit to take up a role with the media company where she was executive vice president and chief communications officer.
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"Ms. Hicks stands by her truthful testimony," attorney Robert Trout said in a statement issued on Friday.
Newly unsealed court documents show that Hicks, Cohen and Trump spoke for several minutes shortly before the hush money deal was made.
Hope Hicks, President Donald Trump's former communications director, delivered testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, a transcript of which is now public.
The former Trump campaign aide told lawmakers that she "wasn't aware of any contacts during my time on the campaign."
White House lawyers prevented the former Trump campaign aide and former White House communications director from answering any questions related to her time working in the West Wing.
Several Democratic lawmakers told Newsweek that White House lawyers claimed "absolute" immunity over the former campaign and former White House official from answering certain questions, infuriating them and alleging obstruction of justice.
The June 19 testimony will be held behind closed doors, according to Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, but a transcript will be made public afterward.
The spoof resurrected clips from the anti-drug PSA.
Hope Hicks, a longtime Trump confidant, has reportedly agreed to turn over information to the House as part of their wide-ranging investigation into the president.
It was a windy winter day with the temperature about 40 degrees when President Donald Trump's long-time body-man was fired and escorted from the White House without even his jacket, according to a new report.
Don Lemon said he shouldn't have used Hope Hicks's resignation to point out that Fox News buries stories that are unflattering to President Donald Trump or his White House. "I mean, that was a bad example. And so apologies for that," he said.
The communications director resigned on Wednesday.
Hicks resigned from her role on Wednesday.