Donald Trump revealed that he tested negative for coronavirus during a group call with his supporters. Trump said that he “tested totally negative”. The White House physician Dr Sean Conley has not released any new statements on Trump’s health condition.
“I’ve been tested totally negative. i’m going to be out in florida tomorrow, working very hard because this is an election we have to win.”
Last week, Dr. Conley released a statement that the president was no longer at risk of transmitting the coronavirus. Trump then tweeted that he was “immune” to coronavirus. Twitter flagged his tweet for spreading misleading information about Covid-19.
Since Trump claims he no longer has COVID, he is trying to get the presidential debate rescheduled for in person. Trump recently refused to participate in the virtual debate that was supposed to take place on October 15.
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“The President is ready to debate and his doctors have cleared him for participating in public engagements,” White House deputy communications director Brian Morgenstern told reporters at the White House Sunday. “They’ve said he’s no longer a risk for transmission so it would be nice if the commission would get the debate back on the schedule.”
The debate was changed to virtual due to Trump’s diagnosis of coronavirus. How convenient that now he is COVID free and pushing for an in-person debate. Was this his plan all along? Many feel this was a campaign stunt and he just needed time to prepare for the debate. Trump’s campaign is behind in national polls and in a number of key swing states with less than four weeks to go until Election Day.
The final decision to cancel the virtual debate was made by the Commission of Presidential debates after days of arguments between the commission and both Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s campaigns.
“It is now apparent there will be no debate on October 15, and the CPD will turn its attention to preparations for the final presidential debate scheduled for October 22,” the commission said in a statement.”
The commission rescheduled the debate for October 22, and it will be held in Nashville. This will most likely be the final debate between the two candidates.