US President Donald J. Trump was seen leaving Walter Reed Hospital on Monday afternoon after a short battle with Chinese coronavirus through the weekend.
The president and members of his Secret Service entourage were seen wearing masks prior to entering an armored SUV for the landing pad where official helicopter Marine One was ready for takeoff at 6:44 in the evening.
The president ignored a reporter’s sarcastic remark or question on whether he was a “super spreader” of Covid-19.
Immediately after landing at the South Lawn of the White House, Trump walked up the stairs, took off his mask, stood and saluted as Marine One lifted off.
BREAKING: Pres. Trump gives a thumbs up as he leaves Walter Reed Medical Center, where he was admitted Friday after testing positive for COVID-19.— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) October 5, 2020
The president did not answer a shouted question about others in his orbit who have tested positive. https://t.co/ycPCDibArs pic.twitter.com/YhMl1sC4P5
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