Is it criminal to knowingly spread infection in Arizona that causes another persons illness or death?
President Trump was in close contact with people in NJ when he knew he had been in contact with Hope Hicks who had close contact with him and had tested positive for COVID. As he was having mild symptoms himself after contact with Ms. Hicks, and failed to isolate after contact with Hope Hicks he has committed reckless endangerment of people on Wednesday and Thursday this week. Isn't contact tracing about accountability? If NJ knew the circumstances of President Trump's visit, would he have been prevented from holding the events? Would he or anyone else in similar circumstances be prevented from holding events in Arizona? Death certificates, should anyone die from superspreader events, should bring clarity to the index transmission point for legal recourse.