A scared mother, a father without pressure and, ultimately, parents both reassured: US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania have revealed that their son Barron had tested positive for Covid-19. The low-key teenager is doing well and has been tested again.
Tested positive for the coronavirus and then hospitalized , Donald Trump has since returned to the White House. Continuing to wear a mask in a very random fashion, he even resumed his presidential campaign and multiplied the crowds with supporters often without protection … Always so frivolous in the face of the virus, the 45th President of the United States was not even not worried that his son Barron is infected.Read also
The First Lady , Melania Trump age, revealed Wednesday, October 14, 2020 that their son Barron (aged 14), had tested positive for Covid-19 in a text entitled My experience with Covid-19 , two weeks after having, as her husband, tested positive. ” Of course, I immediately thought of our son (…) Luckily, he’s a healthy teenager and he didn’t show any symptoms (…) To our relief, he tested negative (…) My concerns became reality when he was tested again and the results were positive, “she wrote, adding that a final test however came back negative.
Her husband Donald Trump was less worried about the risk to the health of his son, a discreet teenager who wanted to stay with his mother in New York before being forced to move to Washington where he takes care of himself in his bedroom or playing sports . ” Barron is doing well, ” said the very divisive Republican president, candidate for reelection against Democrat Joe Biden, when he left for Iowa for a campaign rally. On stage, in front of his supporters, the singer of Make America Great Again declared: ” Barron, as you know, had the Corona 19 (…) He had it for such a short time, I don’t even know not if he knew he had it. “
Donald Trump is also the father of Donald Trump, Jr. (born December 31, 1977), Ivanka Trump (born October 30, 1981) and Eric Trump (born January 6, 1984 from his marriage to Ivana Trump), as well as Tiffany Trump (born October 13, 1993), the result of his second marriage to Marla Maples.
Faced with the coronavirus, which has already infected 8 million Americans and killed 216,000, the First Lady also unveiled some personal advice on how to protect yourself. ” I encourage everyone to continue living as healthy a life as possible. A balanced diet, fresh air and vitamins are really essential in keeping our bodies healthy, ” wrote Melania Trump. A mask on the mouth AND the nose, teleworking when possible, gel for the hands and respect for barrier gestures, it’s also good.