President Trump just posted to Twitter that he will be “leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 pm.”
He encouraged the American people to not be afraid of the virus and says that he is feeling very well and seems to be in great spirits.
Over the course of his stay at Walter Reed he has thanked the great medical staff several times as well as every American who has offered prayers and encouraging words. On Sunday, he took a short drive to wave at supporters lined up on the streets outside Walter Reed waving Trump and American flags and holding posters saying “Get well soon”.
The media and anti-Trumpers have been in a roar over President Trump’s drive by and are scolding him for putting the lives of the Secret Service in danger. Apparently, they’ve forgotten that “danger” is a part of the job description for the Secret Service and they go with him everywhere, even while he’s been in the hospital. Certainly, the Secret Service who’ve dealt with situations far more tense than a drive by with a sick President aren’t afraid of a virus that if they were to get it has approximately a 99.98% survival rate for people in their age group.
The President will return home to the White House this evening to complete his recovery from the coronavirus. As President Trump said, “Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life.” Great advice Mr. President and get well soon!
Sources: Twitter; Photo-Newsmax