As Donald Trump returns to the White House only a few days after he has contracted the Coronavirus, TikTok in the US is taken by the young daughter of his former assistant as she makes videos about his health condition, her mother's after she has also tested positive for COVID-19, and her calls for her 1.2 M followers to vote against him.
Claudia Conway daughter of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, reports Trump is not doing "better" with #COVID19 despite recent Trump photo-ops and return to the White House.— Anonymous (@YourAnonCentral) October 5, 2020
Adding reports that she is #COVID19 positive thanks to her mom exposing her to it and lying about it. pic.twitter.com/Q1ExoT3hMO
Even though TikTok's use was limited to making funny short videos to entertain followers, content posted on the platform is increasingly getting more political as we approach the US presidential elections in less than a month.
Claudia Conway, 15-years old, has been gaining more popularity on Tiktok as she has been criticizing her mother for "hiding the fact that she had tested positive for COVID-19" after Trump and his wife tested positive last Friday. Claudia also told her followers that she, too, has contracted the virus, saying that she "is furious at people who don't wear face masks based on the president's comments downplaying their efficiency."
Responding to followers' comments on Tiktok, Conway has claimed that Trump's health "is not going well" despite him being discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, saying that "doctors are doing everything they can to stabilize him".
In her comments, Conway has revealed that even though she is only 15-year-old, she is having difficulty breathing, suggesting that "there is no way the 74-year-old president is healthy enough to return to the White House."
Prior to her diagnosis with COVID-19, Conway had posted several videos criticizing the president, her mother has been strongly supporting for years, especially following the presidential debate that took place in Ohio last week, in which Trump avoided condemning white supremacy. Moreover, Conway had been encouraging her followers to "vote blue."
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