When asked when the White House would confirm President Trump has tested negative for COVID-19, Farah responded "We will get an all-clear from the doctor on when he's cleared for travel and public events."
Trump has been sidelined for more than a week since his COVID-19 diagnosis and has been eager to show the public that he is healthy, although no test results have officially been released.
He's set to greet supporters Saturday at a White House event from a balcony.
ALYSSA FARRAH: Yeah, we're making sure we're taking precautions so that those in attendance are screened before they come in. The president's at a great distance. He's gonna be up on the balcony and very, very briefly address the supporters there.
They'll be screened. We're following CDC guidelines. He's eager to get back out and be talking to the American people.
- Is this a shorter event? Is it a--
ALYSSA FARRAH: It'll be a shorter event. He's gonna give some remarks, and it'll be all outdoors. Distanced, of course. And then, hopefully once he's cured by the doctor, we're gonna have him back on the road soon.
- Alyssa, is the White House gonna confirm that the President has tested negative before he--
ALYSSA FARRAH: He will give an all clear from the doctor on when he's cleared for travel and public events.
- Can we--