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President Trump Returns to the White House

trumpLast night, President Trump returned to the White House from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland. Out of an abundance of caution, President Trump spent the weekend working from the Presidential suite at Walter Reed. He received state-of-the-art care from a team of physicians, and his condition has continued to quickly improve. The President also received some of the therapies that the Trump Administration has championed through Operation Warp Speed, a government-led and nationwide effort to develop a Coronavirus vaccine and COVID-19 therapeutics.

You can read more about the President’s return to the White House here.

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12 days ago

Thank you, to the health care professionals at Walter Reed for seeing the president and the First Lady through this. I hope they continue to improve, without relapse. Our best wishes for good health to all who have fallen ill. President Trump mentioned that he might be immune to catching the disease again. I heard a report that said only 12 people in the U.S. have fallen ill a second time with Covid-19 (pre-existing conditions?). So, he is protected by antibodies, and is very unlikely to become reinfected. Joe Biden does NOT have that protection. Of course I don’t wish… Read more »

Dan W.
13 days ago

Good to see the President back in the WH.

He needs to be extremely careful over the next seven to ten days. I know that being extremely careful goes against his nature but Covid can have a nasty boomerang effect that can have serious consequences a week or two after it seems to be under control.

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