She also flew on the Presidential helicopter, Marine Force One on Wednesday and it’s believed that she tested positive for the virus on Thursday.

Hope Hicks, recently flew with President Trump to Cleveland on Tuesday onboard the presidential jet, Air Force One.

An aide close to President Donald Trump has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, just after flying on board Air Force One With him to a presidential rally

The President’s top aide, Hope Hicks, has tested positive for coronavirus

Hope (right) has recently travelled with the President

Hope has played a vital part in Trump’s presidency

Hicks is believed to have been placed into isolation onboard Air Force One.

Donald Trump’s closest aides is believed to have tested positive for coronavirus.

However, sources at The White House say that there is no indication the President has contracted the deadly virus.

Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Jacobs claims that Hicks has been in close proximity to Trump, without wearing a protective face covering.

However, she left her role in 2018 but returned to the US government this year as a counsellor to the President, a role under his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

Hope has played a crucial part in Donald Trump’s presidency, once serving as White House Communications Director.

Deputy Press Secretary for The White House said: “The President takes the health and safety of himself and everyone who works in support of him and the American people very seriously,

It comes after Donald Trump was probed on his decision to hold outdoor rallies with barely anybody wearing a protective face covering.

“White House Operations collaborates with the Physician to the President and the White House Military Office to ensure all plans and procedures incorporate current CDC guidance and best practices for limiting COVID-19 exposure to the greatest extent possible both on complex and when the President is travelling.”

“It’s outside, that makes a big difference according to the experts.

Answering questions, Trump said: “Well so far we have had no problem whatsoever.

Daily Star Online has approached The White House for comment.

“And we do them outside and we have tremendous crowds as you see.”

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