How is Donald Trump’s health going? The President of the United States of America claims that all is well and that he is doing like a charm, but is this true? However, Donald Trump says he is in good health. As a reminder, he had tested positive for Coronavirus this Friday, October 2. Immediately, the President was hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center for a few days, an establishment in the suburbs of Washington. On Monday evening, he was back at the White House, as if nothing had happened.
So it’s been a week since the President of the United States tested positive for Covid-19. To prove his words to the American people, Donald Trump decided to undergo a medical examination this Friday, October 9. He will therefore pass an official test which will be broadcast live on Fox News, in the Tucker Carlson Tonight program. A scene that might seem like a reality TV show, and yet. Carefully organized, this consultation will be carried out by Dr. Marc Siegel of New York University, Bloomberg reports. A specialist in controversial positions, he is a regular at the channel, where he speaks regularly.
A possible next meeting in Florida
This Thursday, October 8, Sean Conley, Donald Trump’s personal doctor, said that the US president could resume his campaign on Saturday, with a meeting in Florida. By passing this test, which is more on television and live, Donald Trump wants to eliminate once and for all the doubts that hang over his state of health. This will be his first television appearance since leaving Walter Reed Medical Center. As for the holding of the next televised debate between him and Joe Biden, scheduled for October 15, everything remains in abeyance.
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