House Speaker Nancy Pelosi revealed Friday she’s been tested for coronavirus out of an “abundance of caution” and raised concerns about the accuracy of tests at the White House that “led to” President Trump’s exposure.”Out of an abundance of caution I was tested. I don’t have the results yet but hopefully soon,” Pelosi told MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle Friday morning.”I have concerns about the test because obviously the tests that are happening at the White House are not as accurate as they should be,” Pelosi said.PELOSI: TRUMP DIAGNOSIS ‘TRAGIC,’ HOPEFULLY LEADS TO ‘SANER APPROACH’ TO PANDEMIC”That’s a discussion that we have to have especially when it has led to the exposure of the president of the United States,” she continued. “That should have been avoided.”Pelosi, third in line to the presidency, has been in talks at the Capitol this week with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, a close advisor to President Trump who tested positive for the virus.Mnuchin revealed Friday he tested negative.PELOSI WARNS TRUMP ‘AIN’T NO LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL’ SHOULD ELECTION BE DECIDED IN HOUSEPelosi sent her best wishes to the president and first lady and everyone at the White House and said she’s praying for them. She expressed relief that Vice


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