On October 3, US President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he was feeling well with the help of doctors and nurses at the Walter Reed National Army Medical Center.
|President Donald Trump announced his health on Twitter. (Photo: Twitter)|
On October 3, US President Donald Trump notifications on social networks Twitter that he is feeling well with the help of doctors and nurses at the Walter Reed National Army Medical Center.
President Trump stated: “The doctors, nurses and everyone at the great Walter Reed Medical Center, as well as the people from other extraordinary centers who have joined in helping them, are all real. Great progress has been made in the last six months in fighting this plague. With their help, I’m feeling well. “
Earlier that same day, President Trump’s medical team said the course of treatment COVID-19 of the White House boss is going very well. However, a source familiar with Trump’s health revealed the White House boss’s condition was “very worrying” within the past 24 hours.
Meanwhile, the leader of the majority in the US Senate, Mitch McConnell announced that all activities in the Senate would be postponed after October 19, but the commission’s job, like the approval hearing US President Donald Trump’s election for the Supreme Court judge position – Amy Coney Barrett – will continue.
McConnell’s announcement came after Republican Senators Mike Lee (Utah), Thom Tillis (North Carolina) and Ron Johnson (Ohio) all announced that they had a positive test result. with SARS-CoV-2. Mr. Lee and Tillis are members of the Senate Judiciary Committee and were at the White House on September 26 to attend the meeting that President Trump announced that he would choose Judge Amy Coney Barrett as the candidate at the Court. Supreme./.