Sen. Johnson to quarantine after coronavirus exposure

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Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson will quarantine until Sept. 29 after being exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID-19, the Republican’s office said Thursday. Johnson tested negative. The senator was scheduled to travel with President Donald Trump to Wisconsin Thursday evening but will no longer go, his office said. Johnson heads the Senate Homeland Security Committee and is planning to issue a pre-election report about the activities of Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son, in Ukraine. The investigation has drawn sharp criticism from fellow Republican Sen. Mitt Romney.

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