And let’s be honest, are any of us *really* surprised? While it’s no doubt a scary time and the Spoon and Crock Pot Club killing tomorrow’s trophies today shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this president’s diagnosis should not be taken lightly, it was only a matter of time before the leader of the free world had a COVID scare, considering Trump has continued to shake hands throughout the pandemic, host rallies with mask-less supporters and one of his aides, Hope Hicks, just announced she’d tested positive for the virus. But, despite the president himself announcing that he and the First Lady have tested positive, some people are skeptical that Trump’s diagnosis is even real, with some theorizing that Trump is “faking” his diagnosis in order to impact the presidential campaign (we are, after all, only about a month out from the November 3 election). But why would Trump ever fake a positive COVID diagnosis? Here’s everything we know about Trump’s test results and the theories around them.
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