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Trump Won’t Confirm If He Took A COVID-19 Test For His 1st Debate With Biden

President Donald Trump refused during a town hall Thursday to say when he last received a negative coronavirus test result before his positive diagnosis — despite being pressed repeatedly to clarify this point.

Asked by NBC moderator Savannah Guthrie whether he was tested for COVID-19 on the day of the first presidential debate, Sept. 29, Trump said he “probably” did, though he wouldn’t commit to a response.

“Possibly I did; possibly I didn’t,” he said.

Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, based on an “honor system,” were supposed to have tested negative for the virus if they did not arrive at the Cleveland debate site in time to be tested there.

Trump announced that he’d tested positive for COVID-19 two days after the debate. 

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