President Trump Releases New Video Message as Well Wishers Rally in Support of His Recovery
President Trump released a new video message from Walter Reed Medical Center on Saturday, thanking his many supporters and well-wishers who had expressed their sympathies and wished for his recovery after being diagnosed with coronavirus along with the First Lady.
“I came here… Wasn’t feeling so well… I feel much better now. We’re working hard to get me all the way back. I have to be back because we still have to Make America Great Again.”
The President thanked medical personnel treating him at the military hospital. Physicians attending to the President have also been cautiously optimistic, citing the relief of a fever that the President had been sick with when arriving at the hospital.
“The president has been fever-free for 24 hours — he did have a fever Thursday into Friday,” White House doctor Cmdr. Sean Conley told Breitbart News on Saturday. President Trump is experiencing mild congestion, a cough, and fatigue. His doctors are stating that the next few days will be the most critical in evaluating the President’s health.
Fake news networks have issued false reports indicating or suggesting that the President was already in serious or grave condition, with a White House source rebuking a lie that claimed he was having serious difficulty breathing. 40% of Democrats have stated that they’re “happy” the President has contracted coronavirus, an indicator of the minuscule level of national unity in the United States.
Well-wishers also gathered near the facility to show their support for the President.
Trump supporters outside Walter Reed pic.twitter.com/c6pQ3aPUAF
— Howard Mortman (@HowardMortman) October 3, 2020
Some conservatives also staged a ‘Walk Away’ rally at the Washington Monument, expressing their support for Donald Trump as he recovers from coronavirus.
— Jorge Ventura Media (@VenturaReport) October 3, 2020
BLM rioters appeared on the scene to physically assault pro-American demonstrators.
BLM rioters appear to be turning things violent in DC: pic.twitter.com/1leBdvfbVL
— Henry Rodgers (@henryrodgersdc) October 3, 2020