A White House correspondent claims the White House made no effort at contact tracing following his positive COVID-19 test.
The White House has advised staffers exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms to stay at home days after the president tested positive.
Dr. Sean Conley, the president's physician, said he had been concerned about "possible rapid progression of the illness," following two developments on Friday.
President Donald Trump's medical team announced Sunday morning that he may be discharged from Walter Reed as soon as Monday.
"I can't be locked up in a room upstairs and totally safe," Trump said.
The White House on Saturday night released pictures of the president working at the hospital where he remained for a second night after testing positive for the coronavirus.
While it's not yet known if the nomination ceremony was a "superspreader" event, the White House has started contact tracing.
"Schadenfreude," which translates to "enjoyment obtained from the troubles of others," was used frequently on Friday.
In response to an uptick in conspiracy theories circulating about Trump testing positive for COVID-19, the Florida senator called for the White House to be transparent in its updates.
"My symptoms are mild (light cough) and I'm feeling fine," Kellyanne Conway tweeted on Friday as she announced she had tested positive for COVID-19.
One of the journalists was at the White House as recently as last Saturday and had traveled on Air Force One to Pennsylvania since then.
Donald Trump left the White House for Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday, giving reporters a thumbs-up as he walked to Marine One.
According to a statement from the White House, "the President will be working from the presidential offices at Walter Reed for the next few days."
President Donald Trump is being treated with an experimental antibody drug after testing positive for the novel coronavirus and experiencing what the White House has described as "mild symptoms" on Friday.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is back on the campaign trail after rival President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19 just days after the two faced off in their first debate.
University of Notre Dame President Father John Jenkins was seen maskless and shaking hands at the White House on Saturday. Less than a week later, he has tested positive for COVID-19
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said he has tested negative for COVID-19 since the president's diagnosis.
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 White House medical team and I will maintain a vigilant watch," Sean Conley said in a statement.
President Donald Trump's campaign is pushing back on suggestions that changes be made to future debates between him and Democratic rival Joe Biden after this week's explosive showdown between the two presidential candidates.
"I don't care because it's a question that needs to be asked," Roberts said to Twitter users who attacked him for asking again if the president would condemn white supremacy
"For many Senate Republicans, it will be the top line figure, regardless of the content," Senator Mike Braun of Indiana said.
"Today, Secretary Mnuchin and I had an extensive conversation and we found areas where we are seeking further clarification," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement. "Our conversations will continue."
Bipartisan disagreements on the contents of the next package have seen the prospect of further relief amid the COVID-19 crisis delayed.
President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden, faced off in a heated debate that frequently turned to random accusations and deep personal digs during their first presidential debate live from Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday night.
A crowd stood behind a white rope cheering and waving with flags as the president and first lady Melania Trump walked by.
"They're all hustlers," Trump reportedly said, describing conservative religious leaders.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says he agrees that another large pandemic stimulus relief bill should be pumped into the economy, but Democrats' nearly $3 trillion proposals are bloated and still include unnecessary unemployment benefits.
Just 27 percent of Americans said they trust the president to provide them with accurate information about COVID-19.