U.S. President Donald Trump is back in the White House after treatment for Covid-19.
Three days after entering Walter Reed National Medical Center, the world’s most famous Covid-19 patient was discharged and flown back to the White House where he’ll continue to recover and receive treatment.
- Dr. William Haseltine is Chair and President of ACCESS Health International.
- Eric Bolling is a political commentator and the host of “America This Week” on Sinclair broadcasting.
- Ameshia Cross is a Democratic strategist
- Chris Smith is a Clinical Lecturer in Virology at the University of Cambridge.
- Nathan King is CGTN White House Correspondent
Supporters of President Trump called his drive by well-wishers at Walter Reed medical center a "miracle." Doctors saw it as "the height of irresponsibility." https://t.co/kwCQcAmQOM
— The New York Times (@nytimes) October 5, 2020
— SkyNews (@SkyNews) October 5, 2020
President Trump tweets, “Don’t be afraid of Covid,” a jarring message for a coronavirus patient and leader of a nation with more than 200,000 deaths https://t.co/viUgUyovhf
— CNN (@CNN) October 5, 2020