CLOSE Trump: ‘Most likely’ to be tested ‘fairly soon’ AP DomesticWASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said Saturday he has taken the test for the coronavirus and the White House started taking the temperature of all people in contact with Trump and Vice President Mike Pence following Trump’s recent exposure to two Brazilian officials who later tested positive for the virus. Trump told reporters his temperature was “totally normal” during a Saturday news conference. He said he took the test last night, and the results would take a “few days” while it was sent to a lab.Vice President Mike Pence said he has not taken a coronavirus test, but says he is going to meet with White House doctors about whether he needs one.Before the news conference, a staff member from the White House physician’s office took the temperature of all of the reporters and television crew members with a handheld contact-less thermometer.”Out of an abundance of caution, temperature checks are now being performed on any individuals who are in close contact with the President and Vice President,” said White House deputy press secretary Judd Deere.One reporter whose temperature was too high was escorted out by staff. Pence’s press secretary Katie Miller said the White House Medical Unit took


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