By Tim Darnell, Atlanta Journal-Constitution #local-all
In the wake of Friday morning’s announcement that President Donald Trump and the first lady have tested positive for the coronavirus, Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign is reportedly testing everyone who attended Tuesday night’s debate.
Meanwhile, Biden’s running mate, Calif. Sen. Kamala Harris, was tested for the coronavirus on Thursday and came up negative.
Biden, 77, has made Trump’s handling of the pandemic a major flashpoint in his race to unseat the first-term Republican chief executive.
Biden, who spent much of the summer off the campaign trail and at his home in Delaware because of the virus, has since resumed a more active campaign schedule, but with small, socially distanced crowds.
On Friday, Biden and his wife, Jill, tweeted their prayers for the president and first lady.
An NBC correspondent was told by Biden campaign officials there has been no formal contact from the Trump campaign or the White House to alert them of potential coronavirus exposure.