It seems like there is always something going on at the White House that makes the regular, everyday American go, “really?”
The latest news has people second-guessing the President’s authenticity and truthfulness…again.
President Trump just shared that he and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19, a disease that he has downplayed a lot in the beginning, but now seems to take it more seriously.
Trump is showing mild symptoms of Covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, according to Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, on Friday.
But the timing of his diagnosis is what has people questioning if this is real or if it’s just another media ploy to gain sympathy, support and votes during this election year.
This diagnosis comes on the heels of a scathing debate where he was seen as a bully who kept talking over his opponent, former Vice President, Joe Biden, and who wouldn’t denounce white supremacy.
As news of the President’s diagnosis got out, an outpouring of support and “get-well” messages started flooding social media.
How convenient, huh?
The president, who said early Friday morning that he had tested positive for the virus, has had what one person familiar with the situation described as coldlike symptoms.
At a fund-raiser he attended at his golf club at Bedminster, N.J., on Thursday, where one attendee said the president came in contact with about 100 people, he seemed lethargic.
On late Friday morning, the first lady Melania Trump, said on Twitter that “I have mild symptoms but overall feeling good.”
“I am looking forward to a speedy recovery,” she said in the tweet.
A person briefed on the matter said that Mr. Trump fell