President Trump spoke at CPAC last week.
The American Conservative Union announced on Saturday that a 2020 attendee tested positive for the coronavirus.
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The ACU sent out notices to attendees on Saturday.
Via Mike Cernovich.
Matt Schlapp joined FOX and Friends Weekend on Sunday morning to discuss the ACU announcement. Schlapp said he was in contact with the coronavirus patient last night and the person is doing well.
Matt Schlapp: “I did. I did. I had incidental contact with him very briefly. That is something that concerns everybody… He’s in quarantine… He (the patient) had no contact with the president and vice presidnet… We had Purell and hand sanitizer stations — I think over 30 of then all over the conference. I think everybody was scrubbing down all the time because they realized they were at a very big public event… I can tell you, when the president was on site at CPAC, he lives by what he tells us. Because I saw him scrubbing down his hands and clean his hands more than once while he was on the premises… The patient was there most of the time… We are not alarmed at all.”