President Trump has returned to the Oval Office on Wednesday afternoon, even. Ghoibj he tested positive for the coronavirus less than one week ago. The President was briefed on Hurricane Delta and on stimulus talks, a senior administration official told NBC News. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and social media director Dan Scavino were the only members of the staff who briefed Trump regarding the issues at hand.
Trump tweeted this after his meeting, “Was just briefed on Hurricane Delta, and spoke with @GovAbbott of Texas and @LouisianaGov John Bel Edwards. Please heed the directions of your State and Local Officials. We are working with them very closely — please be prepared, be careful, and be safe!” His presence in the office was tipped by the sight of a Marine guard standing outside and the guard was not wearing a mask, White House is in some deep waters over here.
The trip was surprising for a number of reasons, President Trump has been undergoing treatment for COVID-19, officials have said he wasn’t diagnosed until late last Thursday , which means that he has fled from the hospital before the designated 14 days of isolation which means he is still contagious. The Oval Office is just opposite to the White House residence, where Trump has been since his release from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday, what this means is that the infected president infected has walked across the property to get there, but did not enter the West Wing other than through the office’s outside doors. It wasn’t necessary for the president to make the trip since the East Wing, where the residence is, has an office.
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Earlier today, Meadows said Trump “wanted to go to the Oval yesterday. If he decides to go the Oval, we’ve got safety protocols.” He did not however discuss what those safety protocols were. The White House has been struck badly by the coronavirus in the past week as top aides Hope Hicks and Stephen Miller have also tested positive for the coronavirus, as has the press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, numerous members of the press office and members of the White House staff. The president is yet to make an appearance to the public since his diagnosis
Dr. Sean Conley, the White House physician wrote in a memo released on Wednesday morning in which he talks about Trump as saying, “I feel great!” According to the doctor he has said, “His physical exam and vital signs, including oxygen saturation and respiratory rate, all remain stable and in normal range. He’s now been fever-free for more than 4 days, symptom free for over 24 hours, and has not needed nor received any supplemental oxygen since initial hospitalization,” Conley wrote.