Hope Hicks, one of President Trump’s closest advisers, tests positive for coronavirus.

The American network “ABC News” confirmed that Hope Hicks, one of President Donald Trump’s closest advisers, has tested positive for the coronavirus.

Hicks, who advises the president, is among a narrow group of advisers to the president.

Test positive on when traveling with the president on weekday to and from the primary presidential discussion on Air Force One.

Hicks was also on board a “Marine One” helicopter when it left the White House to go to Joint Base Andrews on Wednesday.

“The president takes the health and safety of himself and everyone who works to support him and the American people very seriously,” White House spokesman Judd Derry told ABC News Thursday night.

“White House operations collaborate with the medico to the president and therefore the White House Military workplace to make sure that each one plans and procedures embody current federal agency steerage and best practices to cut back exposure to COVID-19 to the best extent doable each in complicated period of time and once the president is traveling.