Tiger Beat on the Potomac (thanks Charlie!) email thingie gives us this handy cut-out-and-keep timeline of when Hair Füror was deliberately spreading the Trump-Virus leading up to the presidential debate:
DONALD TRUMP, SUPERSPREADER? — The explosive news, first reported by the Guardian’s Martin Pengelly, that Trump tested positive for the coronavirus three days before the first presidential debate, according to MARK MEADOWS’forthcoming book, “The Chief’s Chief,” raises the possibility that the president could have transmitted the virus to numerous people. Here’s what Trump was up to while infected:
— Trump tests positive for the coronavirus, according to Meadows’ book.
— Trump hosts a Rose Garden event and indoor reception at the White House for the announcement of AMY CONEY BARRETT as his Supreme Court nominee. At least 11 people at the event soon tested positive for the coronavirus, including first lady MELANIA TRUMP, Lee, Sen. THOM TILLIS (R-N.C.),CHRIS CHRISTIE, KELLYANNE CONWAY and KAYLEIGH MCENANY.
— Trump leaves the White House for a rally in Pennsylvania shortly after his positive test, which Meadows says was followed by a negative test that Trump decided was the more conclusive result.
Sept. 27: Trump holds a press conference in the White House briefing room and meets with Gold Star families at the White House. (He later says that one of the attendees may have infected him.)
Sept. 28: Trump has debate prep and two public events at the White House, including one on a new coronavirus testing plan.
Sept. 29: Trump attends the first presidential debate with JOE BIDEN in Cleveland, where he mocks Biden for often wearing a mask. (Asked Wednesday if he believed Trump “put you at risk,” Biden replied, “I don’t think about the former president.”)
Sept. 30: Trump attends a rally in Duluth, Minn. Aboard Air Force One, HOPE HICKS shows signs of being sick with Covid-19. (Trump later suggests she infected him.)
Oct. 1: Trump attends a fundraiser in Bedminster, N.J. McEnany later says, “The first positive test he received was after his return from Bedminster.”
Oct. 2: Trump tweets before 1 a.m. that he has Covid, and later in the day he is airlifted to Walter Reed hospital. He is much sicker than the White House reveals, and from his hospital bed he tells a friend, “I could be one of the diers.”