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Corey Lewandowski Biography – Corey Lewandowski Wiki

Corey R. Lewandowski is an American political operative, lobbyist, political commentator, and author. He was a political commentator for One America News Network, Fox News and CNN, as well as a campaign manager of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign for President of the United States from January 2015 to June 2016

Born: September 18, 1973 (age 47 years), Lowell, Massachusetts, United States
Nationality: American
Spouse: Alison Lewandowski (m. 2005)
Party: Republican Party
Education: American University (1997),
 
 

Corey Lewandowski positive for the coronavirus

 

 
Corey Lewandowski, one of the advisors for President Donald Trump’s campaign, confirmed to CNN on Thursday that he tested positive for the coronavirus.
Lewandowski said he was feeling fine and would stay home as a precaution.
After participating in campaign events before and after the election, he joins the growing list of individuals close to the President who have tested positive for the virus this week.
David Bossie, one of the president’s political advisors, Ben Carson, the Minister of Housing and Urban Development, and Brian Jack, the director of White House political affairs, tested positive for the coronavirus this week.
Lewandowski shared a photo with Bossie and others at Air Force One on November 2, before a Trump campaign rally in Wisconsin. After Election Day, he traveled to Pennsylvania on behalf of the campaign and took part in news conferences on election difficulties. He also attended an election night party in the White House, where he wore a mask during the incident.
Lewandowski told CNN that he might have gotten it while in Philadelphia, downplaying the possibility of catching the virus at the election night party.
However, several people in Trump’s orbit this week announced that they had Covid-19 attended the election night party. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and four others around the White House and the Trump campaign also proved positive last week.
Guests stood shoulder to shoulder in the East Room of the White House for the election night event. Most guests, including Meadows, were seen without masks.
The election night party came about a month after the President’s own diagnosis of coronavirus, linked to another incident in the White House where public health measures were ignored.
At least a dozen people tested positive for the coronavirus after attending the White House’s open-air ceremony announcing Amy Coney Barrett’s candidacy for the Supreme Court.
Participants sat shoulder to shoulder and most of the audience ignored the use of masks.
Lewandowski’s diagnosis came after Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, announced earlier last month that they tested positive for COVID-19. The president was hospitalized for three days at Walter Reed Medical Center and was later released. Several other officials who participated in the White House celebrations in September to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court also tested positive for viral infection and recovered.
The USA continues to lead the world with the most coronavirus cases and the most deaths in any country. More than 10.4 million people across the country have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and more than 241,000 have died as of Thursday, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
Globally, more than 52.3 million COVID-19 cases have been reported, causing more than 1.2 million deaths.