Ana Navarro is fighting back against Donald Trump Jr. after digging about obesity at her expense.
Navarro, 49, initially tested positive for COVID-19 along with co-host Sunny Hostin while filming Friday’s episode of The view. The TV personality has since learned through subsequent tests that the result was false positive and has continued to test negative for the virus.
Former first son Trump could not help but comment on her initial diagnosis – which was revealed moments before Vice President Kamala Harris was due to appear on it The view -by tweeting that it was “time for a national conversation about the dangers of COVID-19 and obesity.”
On Saturday night, Navarro responded to the greasy message by laughing at Trump Jr.’s relationship with his father, former President Donald Trump.
“Thank you for your concern. I do not have COVID. Fortunately for you, if you want a conversation about the effects of obesity on people with COVID, your father is a phone call away … provided he answers your calls,” she wrote. . “Or just ask your sister to call him for you.”
On Saturday, Navarro took to social media to tell that she was safe and sound after the false positive.
“Hi everyone. Got my third negative PCR test just a few minutes ago and came straight to the airport to fly home,” Navarro said in an Instagram video where she could be seen wearing a leopard print mask and hugging her dog while one waits at the airport. “What happened yesterday was clearly false positive. A very public, very inappropriate, very melodramatic false positive. But luckily we have now tested three times and all three have been negative.”
Navarro thanked the people at Conrad Hilton, where she was quarantined, as well as the “angels” at. The view.
“This is just a false alarm,” she continued. “I did not get my damn margarita last night, but I will get one tonight. I wish you all a good day.”
Friday’s episode of The view tumbled into chaos when Navarro and co-host Hostin were told they were testing positive for COVID-19, just before Vice President Harris was to appear on stage for his first interview in the studio. Manufacturers quickly interrupted to say that Hostin and Navarro had to leave the set immediately. Perennial co-host Joy Behar held the fort down and quickly told viewers, “We’ll tell you why in a few minutes,” Yahoo Entertainment reported earlier. After a commercial break, Behar explained the situation to the studio audience.
“Since this is going to be a big news story every moment right now, what happened is that Sunny and Ana apparently tested positive for COVID. No matter how hard we try, these things happen,” Behar told the audience. “They’ll probably have a breakthrough case, but they’ll be OK, I’m sure because they’re both vaccinated in wazoo.”
The interview with Harris went smoothly, instead taking place at a distance with the vice president elsewhere in the building “just to be safe.”
“Sunny [Hostin] and Ana [Navarro] are strong women and I know they are fine, but it really also speaks to the fact that they are vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference, because otherwise we would be worried about hospitalization and worse, ”Harris said during the interview.
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