Stephen Miller is among the latest high-profile Republicans and Trump White House staff to test positive for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. It's hard to keep track of the White House outbreak, there have been so many cases reported in the past week.
First Hope Hicks, then Donald and Melania Trump, many of the prominent names we know and love to hate, but also hundreds of janitorial, food service, and security workers whose names we do not know, whose need to earn a living places them downwind of the one-man pandemic that is Trump.
Senior White House adviser Stephen Miller, a top speechwriter for the president, said in a statement he had tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday and was in quarantine.
Assistant press secretary, Jalen Drummond, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Bloomberg News report. One of the deputies to press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, Drummond was present in the Rose Garden on Sept. 26 ceremony for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
ADMIRAL CHARLES RAY
Vice commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Admiral Charles Ray, tested positive on Monday for the virus, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. It said top U.S. military leaders are self-quarantining after Ray had attended a meeting last week with service chiefs. The military's top brass had all tested negative so far, the Pentagon said.
Jayna McCarron, one of the president's military aides, has coronavirus, according Bloomberg News on Tuesday.
One of the president's valets, who is also active duty military and traveled with the president last week, has also tested positive, according to Bloomberg News.
White House press office staffer, Chad Gilmartin, tested positive over the weekend, according to a source.
Karoline Leavitt, a White House communications aide, tested positive for COVID-19, according to a source.
White House press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, said in a statement on Monday that she has tested positive, adding that she is experiencing no symptoms.
Hope Hicks, a close adviser to the president who often traveled with him on the Air Force One and Marine One presidential aircraft, tested positive on Thursday.
Donald Trump, who had carried out a busy week of events starting with the Sept. 26 introduction of his Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett at a packed White House ceremony, said on Friday that he and his wife, Melania, had tested positive.
Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel, who has had frequent contact with Trump, said on Friday she tested positive for the virus and was quarantined at home in Michigan.
SENATOR RON JOHNSON
Ron Johnson, who heads the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, a spokesman said on Saturday.
SENATOR THOM TILLIS
Senator Thom Tillis tested positive for the coronavirus, he said in a statement on Friday. A member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Tillis positive test results comes after he attended a Sept. 26 Oval Office meeting with Barrett.
SENATOR MIKE LEE
Mike Lee, another senator on the Judiciary Committee, also said he tested positive on Friday. He was present at the Oval Office meeting on Sept. 26.
Trump's campaign manager, Bill Stepien, also tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday and will work from home, according to a senior campaign official.
GOVERNOR CHRIS CHRISTIE
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said on Saturday that he was checking himself into a hospital as a precautionary measure after testing positive for coronavirus.
Kellyanne Conway, a former counselor to Trump, said in a post on Twitter that she had tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday. She attended the Sept. 26 Rose Garden ceremony for Barrett.
NOTRE DAME PRESIDENT JOHN JENKINS
University of Notre Dame President John Jenkins, who also attended the White House ceremony, said on Friday that he had tested positive.
Assistant to Trump Nicholas Luna, a "body man" who accompanies the president day and night, has tested positive, according to a source familiar with the situation.
[PHOTO courtesy White House Flickr feed: Senior advisor for policy Stephen Miller (center) National Security Advisor John Bolton (right) looks on as President Donald Trump takes questions from reporters before departing the White House to head to the G7 Summit outside Quebec.]