The Richard Painter Illness has been going viral online. Had he suffered a stroke? What is the current state of his health? American attorney, educator, and potential presidential contender Richard Painter.
From 2005 to 2007, Painter served as the White House’s top ethics counsel for the George W. Bush administration. At the University of Minnesota, he teaches corporate law as the S. Walter Richey Professor.
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He has been the vice-chair of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a group that keeps an eye on the federal government, since 2016. Tina Smith, recently appointed, defeated Painter in the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party primary for Minnesota’s U.S. Senate seat in 2018.
He co-wrote the book American Nero with Peter Golenbock, whose subtitle is “Why Trump Is the Worst Offender,” and it was published in March 2020.
Update on Richard Painter’s Illness And Health
In July 2015, Richard was diagnosed with shingles and Ramsay Hunt syndrome type 2, which primarily caused the right side of Painter’s face to become paralyzed. The virus that causes shingles causes a painful skin rash with little blisters.
Check the related tweet on Richard was the diagnosis:
I’m sure glad I had real health insurance (not Trumpcare) when I got hit with shingles and then Ramsay Hunt Syndrome back in July 2015. Slow recovery and still no Jimmy Carter smile. A shingles shot by age 50 and health insurance are a must for all.https://t.co/go7emwxqqI
— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) March 1, 2018
The rash often appears as a single, wide mark on the left or right side of the body or face. Similar to Ramsay Hunt Syndrome Type 1, Ramsay Hunt Syndrome Type 2 can be recognized by clinical symptoms; however, in cases of doubt, PCR or direct immunofluorescent testing of vesicular fluid can help with the diagnosis.
In addition, laboratory testing, including WBC count, ESR, and electrolytes, can distinguish between infectious and inflammatory etiologies.
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