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    Update: Trump May Be Discharged From Walter Reed Tomorrow

    Update: Trump May Be Discharged From Walter Reed Tomorrow

    Doctors say he has not had a fever since Friday morning
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    President Trump’s medical team held a presser Sunday morning and said that the president is doing so well that he might be discharged from Walter Reed as soon as tomorrow.  If this were to happen, he would continue his treatment at the White House.

    Here are some highlights from the presser (full video below):

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    That it strikes people differently we have seen since the beginning. Retired couples on cruise ships sometimes had minor cold a few days and it was gone.
    Either way pray he fully recovers and maybe this will bring down the fear of some who only get news from the Democrat’s Propaganda machine.

    Look at that.
    Trump whips it in 3 days.
    I think he better straighten out the FDA and big pharma for denying treatment to everyone else.
    This is proof they are holding back.

    gonzotx | October 4, 2020 at 4:19 pm

    Hope he’s not pressuring them to let him out too soon

    Trump won’t need to wear a mask anymore.
    He can’t catch or give the virus to anyone now that he is immune.
    Boy, but won’t the Democrats scatter when he comes in a room.
    Another thing, since Trump just proved this is a 3 day bug, he needs to fire all the heads at the FDA that have refused us the treatments that work.
    And we don’t need no stinking vaccine for a 3 day bug.
    End of shut-down.

    TheChemist | October 4, 2020 at 7:51 pm

    Having spent the better part of my career in the industry, it would be nice, but probably wishful thinking, for PDJT to acknowledge/thank the pharma industry for developing the meds to treat (and hopefully soon, a few vaccines to prevent) Wuhan/Covid19. The race for effective vaccines is the biotech version of the Manhattan Project.

      healthguyfsu in reply to TheChemist. | October 4, 2020 at 10:01 pm

      Just so you know, there are knowledgeable good minded people that support what you do. I 100% understand the big risk/reward strategy of pharmaceuticals. It’s funny when the Marxist types get all pissy about the “big bucks” that the Pharmas make without acknowledging the risks that were taken to make big strides in medicine. Let a socialist utopia take those risks or have people willing to do what it takes to make those breakthroughs…maybe in Socialist Neverland.

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