Trump returns to the Oval Office. Point out the COVID-19 infection Be the beginning

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President of the United States Donald Trump Return to the Oval Office at the White House again. While recovering from COVID-19



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Mr. Brian Morgenstern A White House spokesman said officials had reported two key issues to Trump: discussions on stimulus plans. And Hurricane Delta A storm that can cause severe damage Which is currently heading for the Gulf Coast of the United States

Later, President Trump posted a message on Twitter that He spoke with the governors of Texas and Louisiana about the hurricane. It is expected to blow ashore in the south coast region of the country this weekend.

“Please listen to the advice of your government and local officials,” said Trump. “We are working closely with them. Be ready Be careful And wish everyone to be safe! "

Xinhua news agency reported that The above is ทางเข้าslotxo President Trump's first public move. After he returned to the Oval Office. Since the results of the COVID-19 test Positive the week before Before being hospitalized for 3 days and returned to the White House on Monday.


Yesterday, White House physician Sean Conley said: “The physical examination results and key indicators such as Trump's blood oxygen concentration and respiratory rate remain stable and ineffective. Normal criteria "

In a video recorded at the White House and released on Twitter in the evening, President Trump said: He appreciates the treatment he has received in the past. And said that his infection with COVID-19 The disease that affects more than 7.5 million people and kills approximately 211,000 people in the United States is "the worst thing that ended well."

Mr. Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate In an interview with reporters in Wilmington, Delaware about President Trump's statement: He hopes President Trump is in good health. And once again criticized Trump's stance on COVID-19.
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