PHOENIX — President Donald Trump said Thursday night that he and first lady Melania Trump had been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Vice President Mike Pence said he and his wife Karen "send our love and prayers" to the Trumps. Both Pence and his wife tested negative for the virus on Friday morning.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he and wife Jill Biden would continue to pray for their health and safety.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris also said she and her husband were wishing for a "full and speedy recovery."
Politicians in Arizona wished a quick recovery for the president.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey tweeted Thursday night that Arizona's prayers were with the Trumps.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema said she was wishing "full and quick recoveries" for the pair.
Arizona Sen. Martha McSally also said she was praying for the Trumps.
McSally's opponent, Democrat Mark Kelly, also tweeted his well wishes.
Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer tweeted that the Navajo Nation supporters were praying for the president.
Former Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake shared a message on Twitter.
Former Gov. Jan Brewer tweeted a prayer for the Trumps.
Trump and First Lady Melania Trump planned to remain at the White House under vigilant watch, the president's physician said in a statement.