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Trump’s doctor won’t say when he last tested negative

President Donald Trump's physician Dr. Sean Conley addressed what precautions are being taken at the White House ahead of Trump's planned return but declined to provide any details on when Trump last tested negative for Covid-19 amid ongoing questions about when he was first contagious with the virus.

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