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Joe Biden tested negative for Covid-19 today, campaign says

October 4, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tested negative for Covid-19 today, his campaign said.

Some more on this: Biden will be tested more frequently for Covid-19 and intends to move forward with in-person campaigning, following news that President Trump and several individuals in his orbit testing positive, sources told CNN.

Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller defended President Trump's decision to leave Walter Reed medical center and take a short drive to wave to his supporters outside the hospital, saying on CNN Newsroom tonight that he was "feeling very good yesterday" and "he's feeling even better today. "

Pressed by CNN's Ana Cabrera on whether it was careless for the President to put his Secret Service detail at risk by forcing them to ride in the car with a Covid-19 positive patient, Miller said Trump "in a safe way he drove by and said hi. "

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the national security team which briefed President Trump today made sure that the President, who received the briefing from Walter Reed medical center because he is sick with Covid-19, was up to speed on a wide range of national security issues.

CNN reported earlier in the day, however, that the State Department was told that the White House is taking the lead on calls with foreign leaders about Trump’s health, and it is unclear who at the White House is making those calls.

The president of the White House Correspondents Association, Zeke Miller, denounced President Trump in a statement for his boarding his motorcade for a photo op around the Walter Reed National Medical Hospital without the protective travel pool which is supposed to accompany the President whenever he is out of the White House.

Some context: The White House press pool was not notified about Trump’s movement outside of Walter Reed medical center, according to the latest pool report.

The White House press pool was not notified about President Trump’s movement outside of Walter Reed medical center, according to the latest pool report.

President Trump has returned to Walter Reed medical center, according to a statement from White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere, provided to the pool.

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