Katherine McIntire Peters joins the podcast to discuss the president's diagnosis and the workplace safety measures at the White House.
On Oct. 2, in the middle of the night on the East Coast, President Donald Trump announced via Twitter that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for the coronavirus. Since then, a slew of White House officials and advisors have also tested positive. The president and much of his immediate retinue does seem insistent on avoiding strong safety protocols, even after all these diagnoses.
Katherine McIntire Peters, Deputy Editor of Government Executive Media Group, joined the program to to talk about the president’s diagnosis and the need for workforce safety protocols, even in the White House.