A former top campaign staffer to both former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton posted on Friday, Oct. 2, an ill wish to President Donald Trump after it became known that he and first lady Melania Trump had tested positive for the CCP Virus (coronavirus).

“It’s been against my moral identity to tweet this for the last four years, but I hope he dies,” Zara Rahim wrote in a now-deleted tweet.

“I feel free,” she added in a subsequent tweet.

“This [expletive] rules,” she wrote in another tweet, which included a selfie of her smiling.

Rahim’s Twitter account was set to private after she faced a fierce backlash on social media. 

Former President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton, and Hillary Clinton on Friday sent well-wishes to President Trump.

“Michelle and I want to make sure that we acknowledge the president and the first lady at this difficult time,” Barack reportedly said. “We also want to extend our best wishes to the president of the United States, the First Lady.”

“We wish the President and First Lady a speedy recovery, and hope for the safety of the White House staff, the Secret Service, and others putting their lives on the line. This pandemic has affected so many. We must continue to protect ourselves, our families, and communities,” Clinton tweeted.

“We wish the President and First Lady a speedy recovery, and hope for the safety of the White House staff, the Secret Service, and others putting their lives on the line,” Hillary Clinton wrote.

“This pandemic has affected so many. We must continue to protect ourselves, our families, and communities,” she added.

A poll released on Friday showed 40 percent of Democrats are “happy” to hear President Trump’s CCP Virus diagnosis, while 41 percent of Democrats said they felt “indifferent,” reported Daily Caller.

Meanwhile, 55 percent of Republicans said they felt “sad” upon hearing the news, while 51 percent felt “worried.”

The poll was conducted by Morning Consult/Politico among 1,000 Americans on Friday following the president’s diagnosis.