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This Tweet About Herman Cain's Death from COVID-19 Has Gone Viral After Trump Said He's Feeling Better

A tweet about Herman Cain‘s coronavirus timeline is going viral after Donald Trump‘s return to the White House amid his own battle with the virus.

The President of the United States says that he is “feeling really good” and that he even feels “better” than he did 20 years ago. Experts have said that he’s currently on various medications that are making him feel great, even though the virus is likely still very active inside his body.

Bloomberg Opinion columnist Tim O’Brien pointed out how former presidential candidate Herman Cain attended a Trump rally on June 24. A week later, he tested positive for COVID-19 on July 2.

On July 10, Cain said that he was improving. On July 15, he said that his doctors seemed happy with his progress. On July 27, he said he’s really getting better. On July 30, he died.

Trump of course is getting the best medical care in the world right now, which most people will not receive if they contract the virus. Make sure to wear a mask!

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Herman Cain Dead - Former GOP Presidential Candidate Dies After Battle With Coronavirus

Herman Cain has died.

The former Republican presidential hopeful passed away at the age of 74 after being hospitalized with coronavirus earlier this month.

Herman Cain – our boss, our friend, like a father to so many of us – has passed away. We all prayed so hard every day. We knew the time would come when the Lord would call him home, but we really liked having him here with us, and we held out hope he’d have a full recovery,” his website announced Thursday (July 30).

He had previously attended President Donald Trump‘s rally without a mask in Tulsa, Oklahoma two weeks before the diagnosis.

Cain found out that he tested positive for COVID-19 at the end of June and one day later, he was tweeting support for South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s decision not to require mask-wearing or social distancing during Trump‘s then upcoming Mount Rushmore event. The Trump campaign said all attendees at the event had their temperatures checked upon entry, and that masks and hand sanitizer were handed out but not required to use. He was hospitalized on July 1.

Last year, Trump briefly considered Cain as his nominee to join the Federal Reserve Board. He was a business executive and board chairman of a branch of Kansas City’s Federal Reserve Bank before moving into Republican politics, later becoming a presidential candidate.

Our thoughts are with Herman Cain‘s loved ones at this difficult time.

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Politician Herman Cain Hospitalized for Coronavirus After Attending Trump's Tulsa Rally

Herman Cain, a politician who was once a presidential candidate, has tested positive for coronavirus and is currently in the hospital… days after attending the Trump rally in Tulsa without a mask.

Cain found out that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday (June 29) and one day later, he was tweeting support for South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s decision not to require mask-wearing or social distancing during Trump‘s upcoming Mount Rushmore event.

“Masks will not be mandatory for the event, which will be attended by President Trump,” he tweeted. “PEOPLE ARE FED UP!”

Cain‘s team released a statement on social media on Thursday (July 2) and said, “He spent the past night in the hospital and as of today, Thursday, July 2, he is resting comfortably in an Atlanta-area hospital. Mr. Cain did not require a respirator, and he is awake and alert.”

Cain‘s team says they do not know how or where he contracted the virus.