Donald Trump: Ebola-Infected Aid Workers Must Suffer the Consequences

If you travel to, oh, let's say, West Africa on a humanitarian mission to help victims of the largest Ebola outbreak in history and contract the deadly virus in the process, don't expect any sympathy from Donald Trump.

The always vocal and opinionated Trump has been active on Twitter, fueling doomsday fears after the first American aid worker, Dr. Kent Brantly, arrived yesterday in the United States to receive treatment at the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.

Donald Trump: Ebola-Infected Aid Workers Must Suffer the Consequences

Donald Trump: Ebola-Infected Aid Workers Must Suffer the Consequences

Donald Trump: Ebola-Infected Aid Workers Must Suffer the Consequences

Brantly and fellow American aid worker Nancy Writebol were working at a Liberian hospital when they became seriously ill.

In case you're wondering—not you, Mr. Trump—Brantly is said to be recovering just fine.

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