Trump is Back!

Las Vegas Tribune Staff
President Trump is back; well not really; he never left. As a leader, even from his Walter Reed National Military Medical Center hospital suite he kept in touch with the American people and the American people stood by him on the sidewalk of the hospital where they were posted all night with American flags and Trump 2020 signs.
On Monday afternoon President Trump boarded Marine One to return to the White House, and from the white stairs of the South side of the White House, he was waving and giving a thumbs up to those waving at him.
In the short time he was back in the White House he made a video addressing the nation and his loyal followers.
“Don’t let it dominate you. Don’t be afraid of it. You are going to beat it,” the president said, adding that he was well enough to leave the hospital early.
President Trump ended his recorded video by saying that “Nobody that is a leader will not do what I did,” and once again thanked the supporters before ending the video.
The president seems to be in good spirits and healthy enough to continue the campaign for the second presidential term only just days away.
President Donald Trump is the hardest working president in history; most elected presidents take two weeks off after the election to rest, but President Trump went straight to work the same night he was elected the forty-fifth president of the United States and is known for working long hours.
We learn, not officially, that his office is an open office that people come in and out of at odd hours and he is on top of everything with a personal touch.
On Tuesday, late afternoon, President Trump’s physician, Dr. Sean Conley, announced the president “reports no symptoms” of the novel coronavirus after doctors discharged Trump from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center the previous evening. Meanwhile, White House Physician Jesse Schonau said that Vice President Pence continues to test negative for the virus and “does not need to quarantine.”
The Las Vegas Tribune welcomes President Trump back to the White House and wishes him a very speedy recovery.

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