In a brief Drive-By, Trump waves to supporters outside hospital

5 October, 2020 | Ojasvi Chauhan

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US President Donald Trump on Sunday left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he is being treated for COVID-19 briefly. He waved at his supporters who had gathered outside the hospita...

United States President Donald Trump on Sunday left the hospital briefly to greet his supporters who were gathered outside the hospital where he was being treated for Covid-19. He waved at his supporters from inside his bulletproof SUV.

President Donald Trump waved at his supporters from his car outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he is being treated for COVID-19. Donald Trump and the First Lady of the United States Melania Trump, both are being treated here for contracting Covid-19.

A prayer vigil was held on Sunday evening for President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump by the Indian American community to wish them a speedy recovery. His supporters not only gathered outside the hospital but also showed support virtually from cities across the United States.

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Nisha Sharma, Congressional candidate from California District 11 said that she would like to thank the people of her community who were there at the Walter Reed hospital, praying for President Trump and the First Lady. She added that despite being diagnosed with COVID-19, President and his supporters have done more than what Biden had done in 47 years.

Al Mason, co-chair of ‘Trump Victory Indian-American Finance Committee’ said to ANI that President Trump was the best Commander-in-Chief who cares for all Americans – All their good wishes and prayers would help Potus and the first lady recover swiftly from this China virus, no virus or anyone can knock POTUS down.

The community members chanted mantras and echoed the sound of the conch shell or Shankha for the speedy recovery of President Trump and the First Lady. Sentinels of Dharma, a Hindu American organization hosted the event. During the prayer meeting, Indian Americans also endorsed President Trump in his re-election bid and reached out to other community members all over the country to campaign in his favour.

President Trump could be released from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as soon as Monday, his medical team said in an update on Sunday to members of the White House press pool, as the president continues his treatment on dexamethasone and Remdesivir to fight coronavirus.

Dr. Sean Conley said Trump has experienced two episodes of transient drops in oxygen levels. From Thursday into Friday morning, Conley said Trump was doing well with mild symptoms and oxygen levels in the high 90s. By later Friday morning, the president had a high fever and his oxygen levels began dipping below 94 per cent.
President Trump was admitted to Walter Reed on Friday after he announced that he and the First Lady had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Dozens of people stood outside the hospital waving Trump 2020 flags and holding signs since President Trump was admitted. American flags and flowers were piling up on the sign outside the hospital facility. Trump thanked his supporters Sunday morning on Twitter.

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