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Donald Trump gave away baseball hats two days before testing positive for Covid-19

President Donald Trump attended a rally in Duluth, Minnesota, and threw away dozens of MAGA baseball hats two days before testing positive for Covid-19.

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President Trump tested positive for Covid-19. (Getty)

President Trump tested positive for Covid-19. (Getty)

President Donald Trump is in everybody's mouths right now but not for the best reasons, as the most powerful man in the free world has recently announced that he and his wife Ivanka Trump tested positive for Covid-19.

Countless of his detractors took it to social media to react to the news, with even some current and former NBA players making fun of him on Twitter on the verge of his announcement, while his supporters vowed their best wishes.

The President announced that he and the First Lady would enter quarantine together immediately as they look to recover from the virus he referred to the 'Chinese Virus' and 'The Kung Flu' earlier in the year.

Donald Trump Threw Baseball Hats Before Testing Positive For Covid-19

While we can be sure that Donald and Ivanka Trump are being taken care of by the finest specialists, some news outlets pointed out something that could be quite worrying for the inhabitants of Duluth, Minnesota.

The thing is that President Donald Trump attended a rally there just two days before testing positive for coronavirus and gave away dozens of hats to the hundreds of supporters in attendance. 

Needless to say, the people there weren't wearing masks or maintaining social distance, and now, some of them have been in direct contact with allegedly infected MAGA baseball hats, Trump's signature prop.

The POTUS and his supporters have repeatedly played down the importance and dangers of Covid-19 and claimed that it would eventually go away and that they can't shut down the country due to the financial implications of a prolonged quarantine.

It's also worth noting that President Trump isn't the first World Leader to be affected by the disease, as Jair Bolsonaro, Boris Johnson, Juan Orlando Hernández, Alexander Lukashenko, Alejandro Giamattei, Jeanine Anez, Luis Abinader, and even Prince Albert II of Monaco have also tested positive at some point in the year.

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