Top Trump aide Stephen Miller tests positive for COVID-19
Stephen Miller, a senior policy adviser to President Donald Trump, has tested positive for COVID-19,
an administration official says.
Miller, 35, tested positive for the virus on Tuesday after working remotely for the prior five days and testing
negative every day through yesterday, according to NBC News reporter Hallie Jackson.
Top Trump aide Stephen Miller tests positive for COVID-19, Miller is currently in quarantine. His wife,
Katie Miller tested positive for COVID-19 in May,
but returned to work as Vice President Mike Pence’s top spokeswoman after fully recovering from the infection
at the time.
Katie Miller, who is currently pregnant, has been a key figure in Pence’s preparations for Wednesday’s vice
presidential debate with Senator Kamala Harris in Salt Lake City.
She is currently in Utah with the vice president’s traveling party, an administration official told DailyMail.com.