On Sunday, an international media organization informed by Mike DeWine, Ohio governor, that US President Donald Trump and his team were infected with the coronavirus while they were in Ohio on Tuesday.
According to the anchor, Jack Tapper, the while house did not inform the President to tell him that he and his team was tested corona positive.
“Nor have they reached out to him to contact trace to find Ohioans possibly exposed by POTUS,” said the anchor.
Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo, who played the role of Hulk, reacted to the news and tweeted,
“Our president is responsible and cares enough about other people to help stop the spread of COVID-19, not be a super-spreader.”
The Hollywood star concluded the tweet with the hashtag #WithBidenWeCan.
SMDH. I want to live in an America where our President is responsible and care enough about other people to help STOP the spread of Covid 19, not be a SUPER-SPREADER .#WithBidenWeCan https://t.co/tnqzQtIrFt
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) October 4, 2020