President Trump’s personal assistant tests positive for COVID-19: report

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One of President Trump’s personal assistants has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus.

Body man Nick Luna, who works very closely with the president, is the latest in Trump’s inner circle to contract the virus, Jennifer Jacobs, of Bloomberg News tweeted Saturday.

Luna is reportedly married to an aide of Jared Kushner’s, and his diagnosis has left other White House aides concerned, according to Bloomberg.

He flew on Air Force One with the president multiple times over the past week, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Since Trump’s own diagnosis, multiple aides, reporters and members of Congress and more have revealed they’ve contracted the virus — including advisers Kellyanne Conway and Chris Christie and Campaign Director Bill Stepien.

Trump is currently battling the disease at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where his physician says he is doing well but “not yet out of the woods.”

Many of those who have tested positive in over the last two days were in attendance at a tightly packed, largely maskless White House Rose Garden ceremony on Saturday, where Trump touted his latest Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett.