U.S. President Trump returned to the Oval Office Wednesday after his physician reported the president has been symptom-free from coronavirus for over 24-hours.
The president reportedly wants to address the nation and get back to campaigning as soon as possible.
More than a dozen people with close ties to the administration have contacted the virus in recent days.
CGTN Nathan King reports.
- Brandon Brice is a political commentator and host of the radio show, “Straight Talk”
- Spencer Critchley is a Democratic strategist and author of “Patriots of Two Nations: Why Trump Was Inevitable and What Happens Next.”
- Lincoln Mitchell is a research scholar at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.
- Dr. Calvin Sun is an attending physician and clinical assistant professor in emergency medicine.
President Trump has returned to the Oval Office, breaking isolation after his hospitalization for coronavirus as an ongoing outbreak rips through his staff https://t.co/nm9qLTZ1tb
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