Trump returns home:
President Donald Trump returns to the White House following the COVID-19 diagnosis
Recall the president announced last Friday that he and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for
Coronavirus after Hope Hicks, one of his closest senior advisers was diagnosed with the virus.
Just before entering the White House, the president removed his mask on live TV. His doctor said a “final deep
sigh of relief” wouldn’t come for nearly a week. The West Wing outbreak is growing with the press secretary
Trump returns home following COVID-19 diagnosis, After spending three nights at the Walter Reed medical
center, President Trump returned on Monday evening to
the White House, where he will continue to receive treatment for Covid-19. His physician, Dr. Sean P. Conley,
had said earlier in the day that the president was not “out of the woods yet.”
Mr. Trump, wearing a mask and a suit, passed through the hospital’s large golden doors, paused atop a flight of
steps, and pumped his fist a few times at chest level. He did not respond to shouted questions from the news
media as he walked past, unaccompanied. “Thank you very much, everybody,” he said with a wave.