Trump leaving Walter Reed Hospital.
Chris Kleponis / EFE
President Donald Trump left the military hospital where he had been admitted for three days to treat coronavirus on Monday despite the fact that his doctors have warned that “it is not out of danger.”
Trump left the hospital on foot to get into the car that took him to the Marine One presidential helicopter, which will transfer you back to the White House.
.@TerryMoran: Pres. Trump “is essentially asking to be rehired, and the number one job he’s had to do in the eyes of Americans is manage this pandemic — and his own workplace is a contagion.” https://t.co/lQWYgoRqzZ pic.twitter.com/KImlex6Ji9
– ABC News (@ABC) October 5, 2020
The president warned in the morning that he would leave the medical center before nightfall on Monday.
“I’ll be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 p.m. I feel really good! Don’t be afraid of COVID. Do not let it dominate your life, “wrote the ruler on Twitter.
Trump was admitted to the hospital on Friday after developing a fever. During his stay, he received experimental drugs for antibodies and the drug remdesivir, which the FDA authorized for some COVID-19 patients.
News in development.