McStreamy News – President Trump and his political allies in Republican suits have discovered they aren’t as immune to the COVID-19 virus as they have spent the better part of this year exhibiting. President Trump and many of those around him have suddenly become COVID-19 Positive in recent testing following attendance of several events where they gathered sans-COVID-precautions.
Doctors (above) gathered outside of Walter Reed Hospital to report on the condition of the current U.S. President to news reporters and the tv audience after President Donald J. Trump was air-lifted by helicopter from the White House lawn to the facility following the public announcements that Trump and several of his associates have come down with the potentially life-threatening virus.
Others who tested positive are First Lady Melania Trump, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, former Trump spokesperson Kellyanne Conway, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Utah U.S. Senator Mike Lee, former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, and others.
Many of those who have tested positive recently for the COVID-19 virus attended President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination announcement of Amy Coney Barrett on the White House Lawn where protective masks were rarely visible. The attendees were sitting close together, not observing COVID precautions, shaking hands, speaking directly to each other, face to face, and, in general, allowing themselves to be alarmingly susceptible to having the deadly airborne virus enter their bodies.
Coincidentally, Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, whose nomination was the subject of the get-together on the White House Lawn, tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this year but has since recovered, according to a report by The Washington Post. The report indicates two officials said she tested positive for the virus in the summer. The informants spoke to reporters on the condition they would not be identified because they were not authorized to disclose her medical condition.
Information regarding President Trump’s on-going condition has been sketchy and with very little detail. News reporters have very little access to information from the hospital and the White House about Trump’s condition. However, Trump has been Tweeting out videos of himself apparently speaking from inside Walter Reed Hospital talking assuredly to his Twitter followers. At this writing, it is not known how recent the videos are.
President Trump was airlifted back to the White House from Walter Reed Medical Center Monday afternoon, October 5, 2020, at his insistence following a relatively short stay for treatment in the facility. Medically trained doctors not involved in the President’s care at Walter Reed are generally puzzled at the early release of Trump back to the White House instead of several more days of monitoring, care, and treatment at the world-renowned medical facility.
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