Trump assures that “he has learned a lot from the covid” and briefly leaves Walter Reed Military Hospital, in Bethesda (Maryland), to greet a group of followers aboard an official car | Hospital staff give the president dexamethasone to stabilize his oxygenation
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, briefly left this Sunday the facilities of the Walter Reed Military Hospital, in Bethesda (Maryland), where he is under observation after testing positive for coronavirus on October 2. Aboard an official vehicle, Trump, wearing a mask, greeted his followers. The US president said he had “learned a lot from the covid.” The president’s doctors assured that Trump’s health has improved and that he could even be discharged on Monday. In a video published this Saturday on Twitter, the president said he felt “good”, although he recognized that the “real challenge” would be the following days. The elections in the United States will be held on November 3 and Trump, a Republican candidate, will seek re-election after the victory he achieved in the 2016 elections. Democrat Joe Biden will try to reach the White House as president after being vice president in the it was Barack Obama. The electoral campaign, marked by protests over racism and the pandemic, has taken a final turn after Trump’s positive for coronavirus.
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