State Senator Forced Out Of White House After COVID Diagnosis

( State Senator Doug Mastriano of Pennsylvania was required to abruptly leave a meeting in the West Wing of the White House with President Donald Trump this week after being informed that he had tested positive for COVID-19. A source familiar with the meeting leaked the information to The Associated Press.

Doug Mastriano, who appeared at a hearing in Pennsylvania on Wednesday and provided testimony on election fraud in the 2020 presidential election, was meeting the president to discuss ongoing efforts to protect the integrity of the 2020 presidential election.

Mastriano hit the news last week when Twitter suspended the personal account of Senator Mastriano after he gave compelling evidence of voter fraud and misconduct during the counting of the Pennsylvania election results.

Twitter later claimed that the suspension occurred by “accident,” but the social media giant also suspended the personal account of mathematician Bobby Piton on Monday after he gave evidence at a similar hearing in Arizona.

At the White House meeting, President Donald Trump reportedly told Senator Mastriano that White House medical staff would take care of him, as well as his son and his song’s friend who were also in attendance at the meetings. Once Mastriano left, the meeting reportedly continued.

Mastriano took the test before he attended the Wednesday meeting, though was only informed of his positive result after he had attended the West Wing meeting. The AP source said that the president immediately called in the White House doctor.

Having already recovered from COVID-19, the chances of President Trump contracting the virus for a second time are extremely low.