The prosecution-lawyer-tests positive for coronavirus, blasts Trump over answer

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The top lawyer for the Democrats during the house impeachment investigation has confirmed that confirmed he tested positive for the novel coronavirus, and at the same time, trump administration of being accuse of “woefully unprepared” for a pandemic.

Daniel Goldman, who performed much of the survey of the House Intelligence Committee Democrats during the impeachment inquiry in the last year, tweeted on Sunday that he COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.


“My #COVID19 test came back positive. I would like to thank everyone for the wave of support. It means a lot to me and my family,” he tweeted. “I’m almost back to 100%. I’m not happy enough to fall in the vulnerable category and, for me, it was like the flu.”

Goldman went on to describe his “difficulty of the test, despite the exact symptoms and a neg flu test,” he said, “underscores how woefully unprepared this administration is dealing with this pandemic.”

“@realDonaldTrump can try to gaslight the American public by saying that everyone can get a test, but that was not true, a month ago (if it had not been the case) and it is not true today (if there is no excuse),” Goldman tweeted that his wife, in spite of the symptoms, was not able to be tested in New York City hospitals, where she was admitted.

To reach “due to his desire to mentioned, ‘to keep numbers down’ for his political advantage, it is impossible that any conclusion with the exception of the President, the health of the American public for his own personal interests,” Goldman continued.

Trump has been criticized for initially playing down the outbreak, but on Monday, the President struck a more somber and serious tone, as he urged the Americans to a series of precautionary measures to curb the spread of the virus. He also defended his management of the response, even the assignment of a score of 10 out of 10.

“I would rate it a 10″ Trump said, pointing to an early China travel ban. “I think we have done a great job. … We were very, very early with respect to China, and we would have a very different situation in this country, if we do that.”

Last week, Goldman began tweeting about his symptoms, and notes that “unless you have a pneumonia, and traveled in one of the 5 high-risk countries in the recent time, you can’T get a #COVID19 test in New York City.”

Goldman Weill Cornell Hospital in New York City last week and tweeted was about the “overflowing HE”, while the expected results for the six hours of what he described as “another flu” test and chest x-ray, because he was not “eligible” for the COVID-19 test because his symptoms were “not bad enough to be let in.”

Goldman traveled to Stamford, Conn., a suburb outside of New York City, for a curbside coronavirus test last week, but I was told that the results are not for four days.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., announced on Sunday that a former employee had tested positive, and that he and his office would doctor the recommendations of the house be treated.

“Doctors are of the opinion that my former employee is likely to contract the virus, once you leave the office, but we are always told is still subject to additional security measures in the next few days,” ship said in a statement. “The former employees will feel better, and no current employees have reported any flu-like symptoms at this time.”

Goldman later publicly tweeted that he was there.

Goldman’s last day on Capitol Hill was on 6. March.

To slow down meanwhile, Goldman tweeted to the public to encourage, “listen to the experts” the spread.

The World Health organization (WHO) has called coronavirus, or COVID-19, a pandemic in the last week.

President Trump announced a national state of emergency on Friday. The President also announced a stop to air travel in the United States of Europe, now also flights from the United Kingdom, but excluding those carrying goods.


The announcement came as a major sports and other events were cancelled or postponed, the company introduced around the country, telework policy, public buildings and schools, the shutters and other disturbances that rocked the nation, in the midst of the efforts to curb the transmission of the virus.

As of Tuesday morning, there were more than 4,660 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the United States, 49 States, including Washington, DC has seen The US so far, 85 of the coronavirus-related death.

For most people, the new coronavirus is only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and coughing caused. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can lead to more serious illnesses, including pneumonia. The vast majority of people recover from the virus.

According to people with mild disease recover in about two weeks, while those who can recover with more severe disease, three to six weeks.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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