字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 the Corona virus crisis just got one handshake closer to President Trump. This photo shows the president greeting the chairman of CPAC last week at the annual conference of conservative activists and elected officials. Now the chairman, Matt Schlapp, is confirming that before he shook hands with the president, he had incidental contact with a 55 year old man who has tested positive for Kobe. 19. The handshake at CPAC puts Trump just two degrees of separation away from the virus. Schlep also shook hands with first daughter Ivanka Trump, her husband, Jared Kushner, on the president's daughter in law, Lara Trump. Slap tells Fox News he has symptoms. I feel healthy as a horse. White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham, the president of the United States, as we all know, is, Ah, quite a hand washer. He's his hand sanitizer all the time, so he's not concerned about this at all. Texas Senator Ted Cruz says he also briefly interacted with the infected man at CPAC and is now in self quarantine out of an abundance of caution. Florida representative Mac Gates revealed he's under self quarantine as well after coming into contact with the Corona patient at CPAC ironic because he was criticized for mocking the crisis last week by wearing a gas mask. Today, the president continued to deny that the nation is in crisis. He shook hands with well wishers when he arrived in Orlando for a fund raiser enraged on Twitter, the fake news media and their partner, the Democrat Party, is doing everything within its semi considerable power to inflame the Corona virus situation far beyond with the facts would warrant. The president also says he has no plans to cancel his campaign rallies, which could draw as many as 20,000 people into one arena. The's nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says had idea. If we continue to see the community spread, go up, I think you need to seriously look at anything that's a large gathering. Talk about mixed messages. You're having a political rally in an area where there is actual community spread, probably not a good idea. If there isn't community spread and you're at a rally. The best thing is, don't shake hands. Make sure you hand sanitizer, wash yourself, and if you're sick, don't go. As for the Democrats, it also seems to be business as usual on the campaign trail.