Trump with Covid-19 spends less time down than Biden in Basement.

President and his wife test positive for Covid-19

Trump confirms to the Nation how tough he really is. Spending little down time even when in Presidential Su of hospital. The suite is run by the White House, not the Defense Department, which oversees the rest of the hospital. It has secure comms and includes a dining room.

A dining room is also featured in the suite
Dining room

Many living room-type areas are included in the suite
Living quarters

Trump spent less time down with Covid than Biden in the Basement. Patriots sit outside in a vigil when Trump remained at Walter Reed, as Democrats even Celebrities called for him to die. Social media was banning celebrities for wishing death to Trump. Facebook removes Trump post where he compares Covid with the Flu which he has had before. Facebook now determines which people who have experienced covid first hand and selects which posts they allow. Censorship of our United States President. Unless Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has had Covid he should not limit the freedom of speech of those who have. Twitter banned tweets suggesting death to Trump Facebook however allowed it as long as you didn’t tag Trump. This has upset the left. Rashida Tlaib, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, are complaining that Twitter has shielded President Trump from tweets wishing him ill.

Timeline of events:

Tuesday night: Trump appears at the first presidential debate with Biden.
Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.: Trump participates in a fundraiser at the private home of a supporter living in Sherwood, Minnesota, and then goes to a rally in Duluth, Minnesota.
Wednesday night: Hope Hicks, one of Trump’s closest aides, begins to feel ill and tries to isolate herself on Air Force One while traveling back to Washington, D.C.
Thursday afternoon: White House officials learn of Hicks’ positive test result after Trump participates in a roundtable discussion and a fundraiser in Bedminster. Trump then tests again, which he has done daily for some time.
Thursday night: Trump confirms in a Fox News interview with Sean Hannity that Hicks tested positive and that he and first lady Melania Trump just “went out with a test.”
Late Thursday night: A test result confirms Trump is positive for the coronavirus.
Friday 1 a.m.: Trump confirms in a tweet that both he and Melania tested positive for the virus.
Thursday night into Friday morning: Trump is experiencing “mild” symptoms, including a cough, but is doing well. His oxygen saturation is in the high 90 percent range.
Later Friday morning: Trump has a fever, and his oxygen saturation is transiently dipping below 94 percent. Trump is given supplemental oxygen, and his levels returned to normal after about a minute on 2 liters. He remains on oxygen for about one hour. “He was fairly adamant that he didn’t need it,” Dr. Sean Conely, the president’s physician, said at a briefing on Sunday. “He was not short of breath. He was tired, had the fever, but that was about it.”

Friday 11:42 a.m.: Senator Mike Lee, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, confirms in a tweet that he tested positive for the virus on Thursday.
Friday around 4 p.m.: Trump receives a dose of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals’ experimental antibody drug.
Friday around 5 p.m.: Trump is taken to Walter Reed to ensure he receives the best care possible.
Friday 8:24 p.m.: Senator Thom Tillis, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, confirms he tested positive for the virus.
Friday 10:16 p.m.: Former counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway confirms she tested positive for the virus.
Friday evening: Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien tested positive, the campaign confirms.
Saturday morning: Conely, the president’s physician, says they are “72 hours into the diagnosis,” putting Trump’s positive diagnosis on Wednesday, not Thursday evening. He later says he misspoke and meant to say “Day 3 of the diagnosis.” Trump tells the medical team, “I feel like I could walk out of here today,” a sign that Dr. Sean Dooley, a pulmonary physician, says is an encouraging sign.

Dr. Sean Conley, Donald Trump’s physician, gives an update on the president’s health on Sunday.BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/GETTY

donald trump coronavirus timeline doctors

Saturday: Trump receives the steroid dexamethasone because of transient low oxygen levels. His oxygen levels drop to about 93 percent. He remains fever free for 24 hours.
Saturday 11:37 a.m.: Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie confirms in a tweet he tested positive and checks into Morristown Medical Center that evening.
Saturday night: Trump is given a second dose of the antiviral drug remdesivir and experiences no potential side effects.
Sunday: The president hasn’t had a fever since Friday morning, and his vital signs are stable. He’s walking around “without limitation” and has normal cardiac, liver and kidney functions. If his condition continues as it has for the day, his medical team may discharge him from the hospital on Monday.

Sunday night: Trump receives his third dose of remdesivir.
Monday morning: White House chief of staff Mark Meadows tells Fox News’ Fox & Friends that the president’s health “continued to improve” overnight and that he’s “optimistic” Trump will return to the White House on Monday.

Monday 11:26 a.m.: McEnany confirms she has tested positive for the virus.

Monday 2:38 p.m.: Trump tweets that he will be leaving Walter Reed at 6:30 p.m. and is “feeling great.” He encourages people to not to be afraid of COVID-19 or to let it “dominate” their lives.

Trump will receive his fourth dose of remdesivir on Monday evening before returning to the White House, and doctors plan to administer the fifth and final doses after he goes home.https://www.oann.com/president-trump-scheduled-to-continue-covid-19-treatment-from-white-house/

https://www.the-sun.com/news/1574053/trump-walter-reed-coronavirus-presidential-suite-rooms-hospital/

https://thehill.com/policy/technology/519799-facebook-removes-trump-post-comparing-covid-19-to-flu

https://www.newsweek.com/timeline-donald-trumps-covid-19-infection-diagnosis-treatments-hospital-discharge-1536415

Written by Marie

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