Hillary Clinton Tests Positive For COVID-19

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has revealed that she has tested positive for COVID-19 and that she is suffering moderate symptoms as a result of the infection.
“Well, it seems that I have tested positive for COVID. “I’m experiencing some slight cold symptoms, but otherwise I’m good,” Clinton tweeted.

Her husband, former President Bill Clinton, has “tested negative and is in good health,” she stated in an interview.

“He’s quarantining himself until our residence has been cleared completely.” “I’d be grateful for any movie recommendations!” the former first lady exclaimed.

“I’m more appreciative than ever of the protection that immunizations may give against terrible illnesses.” Please, if you haven’t already, get vaccinated and boosted!” she pleaded with the audience.

“Today, in preparation for my upcoming trip to Europe, I had a PCR test in the morning. “The results of the test came back positive, which means I will follow [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)] recommendations and will not be accompanying the President on his trip to Europe,” Psaki stated in a press release.

Psaki confirmed that Biden had tested negative for COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Thanks to the vaccination, I’ve only had minimal effects so far,” says the patient. Following White House COVID-19 guidelines, I will work from home and expect to return to the office in person after a five-day isolation period and a negative test,” Psaki said.

Former President Obama, who had had all of his vaccinations and boosters, tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month.

“I recently received a positive COVID test result. I’ve been suffering from a scratchy throat for the last couple of days, but I’m generally good. It has been a blessing for Michelle and me to have been immunized and boosted, and she has tested negative. As the number of reported cases continues to decline, it serves as a reminder to be vaccinated if you haven’t already,” the former president said on Twitter.

The former president hasn’t always been the best at avoiding COVID. An unmasked man in February was seen working.

A picture of former President Barack Obama visiting the building site of his and former First Lady Michelle Obama’s new residence in Hawaii has gone popular on social media.

According to the Daily Mail Online,

Barack Obama was seen for the first time in his new multimillion-dollar Hawaii residence, although he was not yet on island time. Obama looked to be engaged in discussion with employees from local construction company Armstrong Builders, who are presently erecting his beachside residence on Oahu.

A federal judge has prevented President Joe Biden’s administration from limiting ICE arrests, detentions, and deportation.

Obama seemed agitated as he spoke with builders and architects in beige slacks and a grey polo shirt. On Saturday, he was pictured scowling as he spoke with four developers working on the project.

He looked to be pointing at one point as he pointed out problems that probably needed to be addressed.

Controversy surrounded the project since it retained a sea wall that is virtually probably causing beach erosion.

Obama has consistently promoted the climate change narrative that melting Arctic ice would raise water levels, endangering or encircling shorelines.

Notably, Obama is the only member of the work team without wearing a mask. While Hawaii does not already require outside masks, Obama has been a strong advocate for them.

“It may be Labor Day weekend, but we are still in the midst of a pandemic. Wear a mask, avoid eye contact, and listen to the pros. In September 2020, he wrote,