W.When you look at pictures Donald Trump And his team since the epidemic, they almost seem to be from another world, before the existence of the Corona virus.

These photos were probably once intended to depict a robust, virus-immune white house – we’ve always known the president has a keen eye for optics, after all (Remember that fake photo from his inauguration?).

But now the president has been diagnosed with Covid-19, and while we know to what extent his team may have spread the virus, these images betray a different image: of Donald Trump, the super distributor; Of all the moments his team might put others in grave danger. Here are those moments in pictures.

White House Supreme Court nomination Rose Garden

On September 26, five days before he was diagnosed with the coronavirus, Trump held an event to announce his candidacy for Judge Amy Connie Barrett, to fill in Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s place in the Supreme Court. The ceremony is now believed to have been a super-spread event, with 200 people attending, eight of whom have now tested positive for the virus.

US President Trump is holding an event to announce his candidate for the US Court of Appeals for Seventh Circuit Judge Barrett to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat on the death of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the White House in Washington. The event to announce its candidate for the US Court of Appeals for Seventh Circuit Judge Amy Connie Barrett to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat on the death of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on September 18, at the White House in Washington, USA, September 26, 2020. Photo taken on September 26 2020. Reuters / Carlos Baria
Photo: Carlos Baria / Reuters

Here, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who has now tested positive for the Coronavirus, is cuddling with Judge Barrett, while neither is wearing masks.

Chris Christie greets others after President Donald J. Trump spoke with Judge Amy Connie Barrett during a ceremony to announce Barrett as a Supreme Court nominee in the White House Rose Garden on Saturday, September 26, 2020 in Washington, DC.
Photo: Gaben Botsford / The Washington Post / Getty Images

People were tightly packed, sitting shoulder to shoulder.

Staff and visitors listen as President Donald J. Trump speaks with Judge Amy Connie Barrett during a ceremony announcing Barrett's nomination for the Supreme Court in the White House Rose Garden on Saturday, September 26, 2020 in Washington, DC.
Photo: Gaben Buttsford / The Washington Post / Getty Images

Later, the reception continued inside the White House. In this photo, Melania, Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina, and President Trump – who will later test for the virus – have mixed without masks.

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump with Senator Kelly Loeffler (R), left, and Senator Thom Tillis (RNC) with Judge Amy Connie Barrett, right, at a reception on Barrett's nomination day at the White House in Washington, September 26 2020. Senator Josh Hawley (R) in the center. (Doug Mills / The New York Times) Credit: New York Times / Redux / eyevine For more information, please contact eyevine tel: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 e-mail: info@eyevine.com www.eyevine.com
Photography: Doug Mills / The New York Times / Redux / Evin
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The Pennsylvania March

As if one event wasn’t enough that day, Trump and his colleagues later attended a Make America Great Again campaign rally in Middletown, Pennsylvania.

Fans cheer as US President Donald Trump arrives on a campaign
Photo: Brendan Smyalovsky / AFP / Getty Images

His political advisor, Hope Hicks, was present at the rally, cheering without a mask. Four days later, Hicks began showing symptoms of the virus and he entered self-isolation.

Hope Hicks, William Russell, and John McCanty, the president's advisor, cheers as President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Harrisburg International Airport, Saturday, September 26, 2020, in Middletown, Pennsylvania. Special Assistant to the President and the White House Journey Director William Russell, Center, and Director of the White House Office of Personnel John McCanty, witness. (AP photo / Evan Vucci)
Photo: Evan Vucci / AP

Supporters showed their love for the president at the rally, with fists in the air and very few masks to be seen.

Supporters of US President Donald Trump attend his campaign event at Harrisburg International Airport in Middletown, Pennsylvania, USA, September 26, 2020. REUTERS / Joshua Roberts TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Photo: Joshua Roberts / Reuters

Light a candle remembrance inside the white house

The next day, Trump attended a candle lighting inside the East White House room with the families of those who died while on duty. People sat from knee to knee, many of them were old, not a single mask appeared in the crowd.

President Donald J. Trump listens as songs are sung in a candlelit revival during a reception honoring the Gold Star families on Sunday, September 27, 2020, in the East Room of the White House.
Photography: Andrea Hanks / The White House

Presidential debates

On Tuesday, before the presidential debates, Trump, Christy and attorney Rudy Giuliani sat indoors without masks during a press conference.

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani listen as US President Donald Trump speaks during a press conference in the White House Briefing Room on September 27, 2020 in Washington, DC. Trump prepares for his first presidential debate with former Vice President and Democratic candidate Joe Biden on September 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Photography: Joshua Roberts / Getty Images

Here, two photos show Melania wearing a mask at one moment and the next without it. the family It said They waved masks when he was shown them that night. Later in the debate, Trump said: “I wear masks when needed.” Two days later, he tested positive for the virus.

This combination of two photos shows First Lady Melania Trump wearing a face mask and then going without it with the rest of the Trump family, including (from the foreground) Donald Trump Jr., Tiffany Trump, Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump, before the start. The first presidential debate between US President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, September 29, 2020. Photos taken on September 29, 2020.
Photo: Brian Snyder / Reuters

Another march in Minnesota

On Wednesday, the president went to Minnesota to raise funds alongside his assistant Hope Hicks – who later began to feel unwell and had to isolate himself on the plane.

US President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign campaign at Duluth International Airport in Duluth, Minnesota, on September 30, 2020.
Photo: Mandel Ngan / AFP / Getty Images
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And social distancing was not entirely common in the crowd.

Image from the file: US President Donald Trump's campaigns in Minnesota Image from the file: Supporters of US President Donald Trump participate in a campaign rally at Duluth International Airport in Duluth, Minnesota, on September 30, 2020. (Reuters) / Lea Meles / File Photo
Photo: Lea Meles / Reuters

Hicks tested positive for the virus the next morning. Later that night, Trump declared (erroneously) that “the end of the epidemic is imminent.”

Presidential Adviser Hope Hicks walks from Marine One to escort President Donald Trump on Air Force One as he departs on Wednesday, September 30, 2020, at Andrews Air Force Base, MD. Hope, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have everything that has tested positive for the Coronavirus.
Photo: Alex Brandon / AP

March of shame

Here, Trump heads toward the White House on Thursday night after testing positive, and he’s looking a little worse to wear.

President Donald Trump walks from Marine One to the White House in Washington, Thursday, October 1, 2020, as he returns from Bedminster, NJ
Photography: Caroline Custer / Associated Press

Trump was aware of the optics, and drove to the hospital on Friday, but made sure to have pictures taken of him walking into the helicopter himself. This was reportedly an attempt to escape from another unpleasant image of having to leave the White House if the disease worsened.

Greetings from a car

But he couldn’t stay out of crowds for long. On Sunday, Trump hopped into his armored SUV to a salute from his supporters. Here, waving it.

TOPSHOT-US-POLITICS-TRUMP-HEALTH-VIRUSTOPSHOT - Supporters of the President of the United States hold flags as they gather outside Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on October 4, 2020, as the president is treated for Covid-19. - US President Donald Trump waved to his supporters from a motorcade on October 4 a short drive outside the hospital as he was being treated for Covid-19. (Photo by Alex Edelman / AFP) (Photo by Alex Edelman / AFP via Getty Images)
Photo: Alex Edelman / AFP / Getty Images

“Everyone in the car during that totally unnecessary presidential trip should be in quarantine for a period of 14 days,” James Phillips, associate physician at Walter Reed, where Trump is being treated, wrote on Twitter. “They might get sick. They might die. For political theater. By order of Trump to endanger their lives on stage. This is insane.”

TOPSHOT-US-POLITICS-TRUMP-HEALTH-VIRUSTOPSHOT - US President Trump waves from behind a car in a motorcade outside Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, October 4, 2020 (Photo by Alex Edelman / AFP). Photo by Alex Edelman / AFP via Getty Images)
Photo: Alex Edelman / AFP / Getty Images