"I Am Doing Well": Trump Releases Video Statement From Walter Reed

Chris Menahan
Oct. 03, 2020

President Trump released a video statement on Saturday night from Walter Reed military hospital announcing both he and Melania Trump are "doing well" after testing positive for coronavirus.

From The Daily Mail:
'Im starting to feel good' the president said in a video posted to Twitter as he promised that he was fighting the virus for COVID-19 patients 'all over the world'.

Trump, 74, added that the treatments he is receiving are 'miracles from God' as he said that First Lady Melania Trump's symptoms were not as severe as his own.

'We're both doing well,' Trump said in the four-minute Twitter video.

'Melania is really handling it very nicely. As you've probably read, she's slightly younger than me, just a little tiny bit,' he said of his 50-year-old wife.

'And therefore, we know the disease, we know the situation with age versus younger people and Melania is handling it statistically like it's supposed to be handled and that makes me very happy and it makes the country very happy but I'm also doing well and I think we're gonna have a very good result again.'

On Saturday, Trump also allegedly told his friend and personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani on a phone call that he believes he is healthy enough to hold a rally.

'I could get out of here right now,' the president allegedly said to Giuliani.
Giuliani told OAN that President Trump told him he's "doing very well" and he's "rearing to go and get out of there," has "no fever, no coughing" but is being monitored as a precautionary measure in case "something happens" over the next few days:

Trump and Giuliani's statements contrasted with that of Chief of Staff Mark Meadows who apparently told the press privately on Saturday morning, "The president's vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care."

"We're still not on a clear path to a full recovery," Meadows said.

"This morning, the president is doing very well," Trump's personal physician Sean Conley said during a presser around the same time. "The team and I are extremely happy with the progress the president has made. He's been fever free for 24 hours and we are cautiously optimistic."

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