"I'm leaving, I think: Donald Trump broke the silence of Twitter from the hospital with a code update


Breaking his Twitter silence, Donald Trump tweeted from the hospital that his treatment was going well, and thanked the well-wishers.

"I'm leaving, I think: Donald Trump broke the silence of Twitter from the hospital with a code update


About 24 hours after he tweeted to let the world know that he and first lady Melania Trump had tested positive for the corona virus and were going to quarantine, the president tweeted: "Okay, I understand. Yes! Thank you all. Love! "

Mr. Trump's brief message, posted on the east coast of the United States at about 11:30 p.m., may have been posted’ inside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was airlifted by helicopter Friday afternoon. Was blown up by

The president was said to be feeling tired on Friday, after an initial report that doctors were making the decision when he was feeling better. The world watched as he boarded Mine One across the White House's South Lawn and flew a short distance to the military base in Bethesda, Maryland.

Mr. Trump's tweet came after it was revealed’ that former White House counselor Kellyanne had a positive experience with Trump campaign manager Bill Stephen.

On September 26, Fox quickly turned to a program in the Rose Garden to nominate Judge Amy Coe Barrett to the Supreme Court as the key to the spread of the virus in Mr. Trump and his inner circle. Ms. Conway was also present at the ceremony, which was attended’ by Republican Senators Mike Lee and Thom Tills, President of the University of Notre Dame, as well as Mr. Trump.

Everyone has had a positive experience. The photos show some people wearing masks at the event,

Meanwhile, the White House has revealed that doctors have added another drug to Mr. Trump's treatment, antiviral treatment remedial.

White House Press Secretary Kelly McKinney tweeted an update on the president's physician, Sean Conley.

"This afternoon, in consultation with experts from Walter Reed and Johns Hopkins University, I recommend that the President be transferred to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for further monitoring." That said.

"I am just happy to know this evening that the president is doing a very good job. It does not require any extra oxygen, but with expert advice, we have chosen to start remedies. He had finished his first job and was resting.


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