Trump leaves hospital after being treated for Covid-19, as Democrats slam him for setting ‘dangerous example’ with quick return

Trump leaves hospital after being treated for Covid-19, as Democrats slam him for setting ‘dangerous example’ with quick return

Trump walked out of the hospital doors at 6:40 local time on Monday and walked to the waiting motorcade, not taking any questions from the gathered press pool but giving a thumbs-up gesture to the photographers before getting into his car.

Trump took a helicopter back to the White House, where he is expected to continue his recovery.

Shortly before he left the facility, Trump tweeted that he “will be back on Campaign Trail soon.”

Trump and his wife, First Lady Melania, tested positive for the virus late last Thursday and were quarantined at the White House. The next day Trump was transported to the Bethesda, Maryland hospital amid speculations that his condition worsened. White House physician Dr. Sean Conley later confirmed that Trump was given oxygen twice over the weekend as a precaution while receiving an experimental antibody cocktail treatment.

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