With Donald Trump, the Republican candidate in the upcoming US presidential election, infected with the coronavirus, the question naturally arises in everyone's mind, what will happen next? And what could be the reaction to the election? Or if Trump can't run, will the election be postponed? President Trump tweeted Thursday night that he and his wife, Melania Trump, tested positive. His doctor confirmed the news. Earlier, Hope Hicks, a close adviser to the president, was reportedly attacked. Hope has been with Trump over the past few days. The presidential election is on November 3 - less than a month away. Apart from that, many have already voted in advance either by post or in person. In the history of the United States, no candidate has fallen ill since the election came so close. President Trump is 74 years old, many think he is obese compared to his age and has no clear idea about his health. Among the Koviv-19 victims, Trump falls into the group of those who are considered the most at risk. As a result, various kinds of fears are being created. The president and his wife are already separated. They will have to stay in quarantine for the next 15 days; However, if his condition does not deteriorate, he will be able to continue his work. For the past few days, Trump has been holding rallies and giving speeches during the election campaign, ignoring all kinds of sanctions. He has always downplayed the severity of the coronavirus, although a total of 6 million people have been infected and more than 280,000 have died in the United States. Trump claimed during a debate with his rival Joe Biden last Tuesday night that almost no one was wearing a mask at rallies that did not respect social distance and that they were not spreading the virus. He himself has worn the mask a few times and has even ridiculed Biden's wearing of the mask during the debate. There is no doubt that Trump's irresponsible behavior has weakened the coronavirus response and contributed to an increase in the number of deaths. He did not want to take responsibility for it. The question that has come to the fore since President Trump was attacked is what will happen if he becomes more ill and unable to perform his duties. Under the 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution, Vice President Mike Pence will take over the presidency. But the bigger question is what will happen if Trump is completely incapable of fulfilling his responsibilities and his name has to be dropped from the ballot. First of all, it is necessary to understand that the election will not be delayed or canceled. Article 2 of the United States Constitution describes the timing and procedure of elections. There is no chance of any deviation. For him, amending the constitution is a long and complicated process. Elections have been held on time since 1845. Even during the civil war in 184, elections were held in the country. The president's term ends at noon on January 20. What if Trump can't run in the election? There are two ways to field a Republican candidate to replace him. The Republican National Committee can convene a meeting to decide on another candidate. This committee has 16 members. Or you can call a national convention with 2550 members. They have to give 10 to 20 days. That time is not in their hands before the election. In that case, they can put Trump's name on the ballot and tell members of the Electoral College who they will vote for after the election. The members of the Electoral College met on 14 December. The worst-case scenario is that Trump is no longer a candidate. But there is no example of such a situation in history. Apart from this, two possible imagery can be easily captured. The first is that Trump may recover in the next fortnight and rejoin the campaign.