Recently we reported on President Trump’s latest as he heads to Walter Reed to be monitored and treated for ‘mild’ Covid-19 symptoms:
After being tested positive for the Coronavirus along with Melania Trump, President Trump is heading into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Marine One. He is being reported as having mild symptoms and will be working from the hospital for a few days as a precautionary measure.
Liberals such as Kathy Griffin have mocked President Trump and many left-wingers on social media are wishing death upon him. Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii and former presidential candidate has wished the best for President Trump and Melania, despite her being a Democrat. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have also said nice things although some Trump supporters may think that is just a formality.
After a long Twitter silence (in Trump Tweet time) from the president’s announcing of his and Melania’s Covid-19 diagnosis, he has just posted a video reassuring the American people.
“I want to thank everybody for the tremendous support” he starts off in the short clip. “I think I’m doing very well, but we’re going to make sure that things work out,” he says, and then he additionally reassures the American public that first lady Melania is doing very well after he announced that he’s going to Walter Reed Hospital. He says he will never forget the support he is receiving from, well, the people who are supporting him. WATCH:
U.S. Rep Paul Gosar tweeted a short clip of President Trump walking to the helicopter, saying that Trump “is a fighter”, and he definitely is, especially after all the left-wingers wishing the worst for him. See clip:
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