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Ill-Wishers on Twitter React to News of Trump’s Positive Coronavirus Test

'I'm just gonna say: karma'...

World leaders responded in various ways to the news that President Donald Trump and wife Melania tested positive for the coronavirus overnight.

Meanwhile foes, like CNN anchors Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo, criticized the president for not wearing a mask.

And legacy media outlet the Washington Post tweeted, “Imagine what it will be like to never have to think about Trump again.” The timing appeared to be a coincidence, however, as the tweet linked an opinion column that addressed voting Trump out of office on Nov. 3rd.

But elsewhere on the opinion sewer that is Twitter, unwell-wishers weighed in with “thoughts and prayers” about the fate of the president (caution, some profanity:

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