Trump Leaving Hospital: “Don’t Be Afraid Of COVID-19” – President Downplays Virus

"I stood out front, and led"

In a dramatic return to the White House.
He removed his protective face mask on the balcony of the White House.

“Feeling really good” Mr. Trump Tweeted.

“Don’t be afraid of COVID. Don’t let it dominate your life”

Today, there are almost 7.4 million cases of COVID-19 and 210,000 deaths in the US.

The question remains over the seriousness of the President’s illness.

What Happened On Trump’s Return?

President shared with American’s not to fear the virus.
In a tweet before leaving the hospital, Mr. Trump said: “I feel better than I did 20 years ago!!”

Additionally, he said – “Will be back on the Campaign Trail Soon!!”

Mr. Trump’s diagnosis certainly upended his campaign for a second term. Now, it is less than a month before the Republican President faces Democratic Challenger. This time it is all about Mr. Trump vs. Joe Biden.

Weaving a navy colored business suit, tie, and mask. Mr. Trump walked out of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

“Thank you very much everybody”, he added. On the other hand, ignored questions from the media.

Including one reporter who asked: “Are you a super spreader, Mr. President?”

Following his exit from the hospital, he went for a short helicopter ride. He also removed his protective face mask, gives a thumbs-up, and a military-style salute. Later, he tweeter a campaign-style clip of his return.

Furthermore, Mr. Trump recorded a video message to American people.

“You’re going to beat it[COVID-19],” he told them.”
“We have the best medical equipment, we have the best medicine, all developed recently”.

He adds, “We’re going to be out front”
“As your leader, I had to do that. I knew there’s a danger to it, but I had to do it.”

“I stood out front, and led”

Moreover, he shares “Now I’m better, maybe I’m immune, I don’t know”