Unmasked-Discussed Republican State Senator Doug Mastriano working hard to overthrow President-elect Joe Biden for more than four hours in a public meeting Mastriano went to the White House shortly after helping the host in Gettysburg last Wednesday with like-minded Republicans The state of victory for the state legislator.
Trump told Mastroano that the White House medical staff would take care of him, his son and his son’s friends, who also attended the Oval Office meeting there and tested positive. The person familiar with the matter said that the meeting continued after Mastroano and others left.
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As the matter was politically sensitive, the person discussed it on condition of anonymity to discuss a private meeting.
There has been a surge in positive coronavirus cases across the United States, and the top US infectious disease expert said on Sunday that the United States may see a “surge wave”
Everyone who is about to approach the President must undergo a quick test. After contracting the virus, Trump himself was hospitalized in October. Dozens of White House staff and others close to the president have also tested positive, including the first lady and the president’s two sons.
The person familiar with the matter said that all participants at the meeting on Wednesday were tested for COVID-19, but no positive results were announced until they were in the West Wing of the White House.
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The person familiar with the matter said: “The president immediately called the White House doctors and he took them back to the medical facility.” The person familiar with the matter said that the meeting with Trump was aimed at formulating a strategy regarding election efforts.
After Mastriano and others left, the discussion with Trump lasted about half an hour. Mastiano did not attend the meeting.
Mastriano sought a meeting of the Republican Policy Committee of the Pennsylvania Senate earlier Wednesday, which attracted Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, the second Trump lawyer, Witnesses and onlookers. Only a few of them were covered up.
The committee asked Giuliani and others to preach for several hours of conviction that Pennsylvania’s voting methods and counting methods were problematic. All claims are unfounded. No evidence was provided to support any of their allegations.
Trump even participated in a call from the White House, and one of his lawyers held a phone to the microphone. He reiterated the baseless allegations of fraud that had been posted on Twitter for several weeks.
Despite Trump’s repeated defeats in state and federal courts, these beliefs still exist, including the ruling of the Federal Court of Appeals in Philadelphia on Friday that Trump’s campaign’s “claims are unfounded,” and the state Supreme Court’s ruling on Saturday. The rule of law is questioned. Election and endeavor to stop the certification of its results.
Mastriano, a conservative and outspoken Trump supporter in rural central Pennsylvania, did not reply to several messages left for comment on Sunday.
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The Chairman of the Policy Committee, Republican Senator Dave Argall, declined to discuss Mastriano’s condition and the White House visit in a text message on Sunday.
Algar said in the text: “I have received some conflicting information that I want to resolve.” “I understand that the Senate’s speech later today will help us all understand this better.”
Algar said that he will not discuss the matter publicly until I know more about it.
Senate Republican spokesperson Kate Flessner declined to comment, calling it a personnel issue.
A person familiar with the White House visit said that several people took a large truck from Gettysburg (where the policy committee met in a hotel) to the White House. Mastriano, his son and his son’s friend drove another car.
It is not clear why Mastriano’s son and his friend accompanied the state senator to the meeting. The person said that Trump and the President’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows also attended the meeting. They were in early November. ‘S test is positive.
Mastriano strongly opposes the policy under the leadership of Democratic Governor Tom Wolf to reduce the spread of the coronavirus and ensure the safety of the people.
Despite the risk of infection, he led the rally, advocated reopening, and repeatedly strongly condemned Wolf’s orders. Mastriano also spoke with thousands of Trump supporters who gathered outside the Capitol on November 7, and the national victory of Democrat Joe Biden became apparent within hours. .
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