Donald Trump has returned to the White House after three days in hospital for his positive in coronavirus. The president of the United States left the hospital on his own feet, during prime time, and some media reports point out that he forced the medical criteria that have warned that the president “is not out of danger”.
Trump was hospitalized when he experienced coronavirus symptoms such as fatigue and fever, but before returning to the White House he assured on Twitter.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 5, 2020
His release from the hospital has been closely studied and highly criticized by the scientific community. As soon as he arrived at the White House, he took off his mask and by raising his thumbs he sent a message that he had defeated the virus.
He also gave himself credit for achieving effective treatments against COVID-19: “We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really good drugs and knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!
Donald Trump left the military hospital on foot, with a mask on, and greeted the cameras by raising his thumb, one of his characteristic gestures.
He then boarded the presidential helicopter Marine One in a flight that in a little more than 10 minutes took him back to the White House where he will have prestigious medical personnel at his disposal 24 hours a day.
Once at the White House, Trump climbed the stairs of the residence’s south porch, took off his mask, posed for photos and greeted the departure of Marine One. Seconds later, the president entered the building without a mask.
Through Twitter the president assured that “soon” he will be campaigning again, but his personal doctor, Sean Conley, recognized that the president “is not out of danger” and that he is in “uncharted territory” by other coronavirus patients due to the type of treatment he has received.