Trump leaves hospital amid coronavirus battle, greets supporters


President Trump briefly left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Sunday afternoon in the midst of his coronavirus battle, greeting crowds of donors with a wave from an SUV.The commander-in-chief, wearing a mask, waved to supporters from the back passenger seat of a black Chevy Suburban, shortly after tweet a video in which he promised a “little surprise visit” to the crowd.

“I also think we’re going to pay a little surprise to some of the great patriots that we have on the streets,” Trump said in the video, released moments before the unexpected passage. “They’ve been there for a long time and they have Trump flags and they love our country.

“I’m not telling anyone but you, but I’m about to make a little surprise visit.” ”

After the brief rotation, Trump returned to his suite at Bethesda, Md., Hospital where he was admitted on Friday less than 24 hours after he and First Lady Melania tested positive for contagion.

“It was a very interesting trip,” Trump said in the video. “I learned a lot about COVID. I learned it by actually going to school. This is the real school. This is not the “Let’s read the book” school.

” I get it. I understand that, and it’s a very interesting thing, and I’ll let you know.

Trump’s medical team said earlier Sunday that the president – who senior officials on his re-election team say is eager to recover from the strain – could be fired to the White House as early as Monday.


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