TRUMP expected to return to White House any moment, official

President Donald  Trump could be released from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as soon as Monday, his medical team said in an update on Sunday. White House press pool says the President continues treatment on dexamethasone and Remdesivir to fight coronavirus. Dr. Sean Conley said Trump has experienced two episodes of transient drops in oxygen levels from Thursday into Friday morning. Dr Conley said Trump was doing well with mild symptoms and oxygen levels in the high 90s. By later Friday morning, the President had a high fever and his oxygen levels began dipping below 94%. President Trump left the hospital where he is undergoing tests for Covid-19, waved and gave a thumbs up to the groups of supporters gathered outside in Maryland before returning to Walter Reed. The White House said that “appropriate precautions” were taken for Trump’s trip and that the drive was cleared by the medical staff at Walter Reed. “Appropriate precautions were taken in the execution of this movement to protect the President and all those supporting it, including PPE,” White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere said in a statement. The movement was cleared by the medical team as safe to do. Earlier in the day, the president offered his thanks to the supporters for rallying outside Walter Reed. “I really appreciate all of the fans and supporters outside the hospital,” the President tweeted on Sunday. “The fact is, they really love our Country and are seeing how we are MAKING IT GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE”. FOX NEWS says dozens of people gathered for an event hosted by ‘Women for America First’, with Trump 2020 signs, for a prayer vigil Saturday night. Music that normally played at Trump rallies blasted over a loudspeaker as some people sold MAGA hats and Trump cookies. Some supporters prayed for the President, while others yelled “Shame! Shame! Shame!” at reporters and tried to disrupt live shots for television reports. Supporters returned later Sunday morning, waving flags and honking car horns. Flowers were piling up on the sign outside the main entrance to the facility. Image courtesy to FOX News

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