We wrote a few days ago about the COVID-19 outbreak that seems to be running rampant in the White House. Today, the White House announced a policy change that pretty much sums up the entire Trump administration in general:
As The Washington Post reports:
Most White House officials will be asked to wear masks or face coverings in public spaces on complex grounds, a move to prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading further inside the presidential compound, according to three administration officials with knowledge of a directive to be issued Monday.
The request does not apply to offices, however, and President Trump is unlikely to wear a mask or face covering, aides say. Vice President Pence was spotted on the grounds of the White House on Monday without a mask, and it is unclear if aides will wear masks in the Oval Office.
Perhaps Trump informed the coronavirus privately that it was not allowed inside the Oval Office.