Coronavirus-stricken Donald Trump removes his mask as he returns to White House

Donald Trump brazenly removed his face mask as he returned to the White House just three days after he was hospitalized with coronavirus. The president removed his face covering moments after disembarking his Marine One helicopter, and walking up the steps to the White House residence on Monday night.

Trump, who tested positive for coronavirus on Friday morning, posed for photos and a video after telling reporters he felt ‘very good.’ He was not standing close to anyone when he took off the face covering, but did so just a day after claiming he now ‘gets’ coronavirus, which has infected close to 7.5million Americans, and killed 210,000 people.

His doctor had earlier refused to say when the president had his last negative coronavirus test, with 14 people at the White House – including President Trump and his wife Melania – so far testing positive for Covid.

Trump left hospital to return to the White House just three days after being diagnosed with coronavirus. The President of the United States left the Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on Monday evening and flew back to the White House on his Marine One helicopter.

Trump will have access to 24/7 medical care when he returns to the White House, and will isolate in the famed building’s residence, which is separate to the West Wing and Oval Office

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