GOP House Candidate Calls Off Texas Meeting With Trump After COVID+ Test, Trump Arrives Without Mask

COVID continues to vulture over the Glorious Leader:

President Donald Trump is campaigning in Texas without a face mask on Wednesday as the state has seen its coronavirus cases surge and he again defended a doctor who touted hydroxychloroquine as a cure for the deadly disease.

Trump arrived in Midland, Texas, without a mask even as most of the state officials greeting him wore one, including Republican Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. Former Energy Secretary Rick Perry wore a face covering but removed it when the president got to him.

A Republican House candidate, Wesley Hunt, wrote on Twitter he was in route to Midland to meet Trump when he was informed he tested positive for the coronavirus and headed back for Houston.