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Trump Resumes Public Events With Mini-Rally on White House Lawn

(Bloomberg) —

President Donald Trump made his first public appearance on Saturday since returning from a three-day hospitalization for coronavirus, telling supporters at the White House that “through the power of American science and medicine, we will eradicate” the virus “once and for all.”

“Thank you all for the prayers,” Trump said from the Blue Room balcony at the White House to hundreds of invited guests at a campaign-style event on the South Lawn.

Trump arrived wearing a mask and removed it before speaking. Attendees appeared to be mostly masked but were standing close together with no suggestion of social distancing. Hand sanitizer stations and a medical tent were nearby.

Trump’s comments touched on several of his usual stump-speech topics, including suggestions of voter fraud. The remarks ran for about 18 minutes, much shorter than Trump’s typical freewheeling campaign speeches.

The appearance was designed to show the president — who declared he’s “feeling great” — has recovered from Covid-19 and is ready to resume work and his race against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. But the president appeared without certification from his doctors that he’s no longer contagious with the deadly virus, and despite the White House not releasing a formal update on his recovery since Thursday.

Close-up photographs on Saturday showed flesh-colored bandages on Trump’s right hand, potentially from where he received intravenous treatment after his Covid diagnosis.



a group of people standing in front of a crowd: President Trump Delivers Address On Law And Order At White House


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President Trump Delivers Address On Law And Order At White House

U.S. President Donald Trump gestures while arriving to speak from the Truman Balcony of the White House on Oct. 10.

Photographer: Erin Scott/Bloomberg

Trump’s event at the White House was criticized on social media for being a potential violation of the Hatch Act, which prohibits the use of taxpayer money for political campaigning. As president, Trump is exempt

Trump sent more than 2,000 invitations for an event on the White House lawn on Saturday.

President Trump is planning to host up to 2,000 people on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday for his first in-person event since he announced he had tested positive for the coronavirus, three people familiar with the plans said on Friday, and his campaign announced that he would hold a rally in Florida on Monday.

The president was expected to make remarks from one of the balconies at the White House to the crowd. More than 2,000 invitations went out for the event, according to one official.

The event, which was previously reported by ABC News, continues Mr. Trump’s pattern of using the White House for political events, as he did with his speech to the Republican National Convention in August.

Some in the White House and on the Trump campaign expressed concern that the event would serve to underscore existing criticism that Mr. Trump has been cavalier about a virus that has killed over 213,000 Americans.

The event will come just two weeks after a Rose Garden celebration of the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, an event that White House officials are looking at as the possible source of an outbreak of the coronavirus that has infected Mr. Trump, the first lady and at least two dozen other people.

Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease specialist, told CBS News Radio on Friday that there had been “a super spreader event in the White House,” noting that people had crowded together there without wearing masks.

Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey who had attended the Rose Garden event and had huddled with the president and his close advisers during debate preparations, said in a tweet that he had been released from the hospital on Saturday morning, one

White House plans South Lawn event Saturday after last one became a “super spreader”

President Trump is expected to make his first in-person address Saturday since his COVID-19 diagnosis, speaking from the South Lawn balcony about “law and order” in an event coordinated with Candace Owens’ Blexit group, a senior White House aide said. 

The president is holding the event despite the nomination ceremony for Amy Coney Barrett that Dr. Anthony Fauci described as a “superspreader” event. Multiple top White House officials, including the president, fell ill after the event.

ABC News first reported the Saturday event. The New York Times says hundreds of people are expected to gather on the South Lawn. 

It is unclear whether the president will be negative for COVID-19 by Saturday, but he’s expected to keep his distance from the balcony. The White House said he tested positive on October 1, which would make Saturday 10 days since his diagnosis and the first possible date he could be in public. 

First lady Melania Trump is also recovering from the virus. Mr. Trump is expected to return to the campaign trail on Monday, when he heads to Florida for a Make America Great Again event. 

The president has made misleading claims about the virus since he was hospitalized, including that the treatment he took is a form of a “cure” for coronavirus. There is currently no cure for the virus.

Owens’ Blexit is about helping Black voters exit the Democratic Party and moving them towards the Republican Party. 

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Photos: Trump walks across White House lawn after COVID-19 diagnosis

  • President Donald Trump left the White House on Friday for Water Reed Medical Center, where he will be admitted after testing positive for COVID-19. He wore a mask.
  • Trump and the First Lady went into self-quarantine after testing positive for the virus early Friday morning, but the White House announced he developed a fever and cough later in the day and would be taken to the hospital for a “few days.”
  • Trump left the White House Friday evening, walking across the south lawn to board Marine One without assistance.
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President Donald Trump departed the White House Friday evening for Walter Reed Medical Center, where he will be admitted for a “few days” after testing positive for COVID-19 and developing symptoms.

Trump boarded the presidential helicopter, Marine One, after walking across the south lawn without assistance from staff. He wore a mask while making the walk.

“Out of an abundance of caution, and at the recommendation of his physician and medical experts, the President will be working from the presidential offices at Walter Reed for the next few days,” the White House said in a statement.

Trump will remain at the military hospital at the doctor’s recommendation and is expected to undergo additional testing, though it is unclear which tests he’ll be given. The White House said he’s not in serious condition and plans to work from an executive office suite inside the facility.

The president announced via Twitter early Friday morning that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19, just hours after Bloomberg and other media outlets reported that his close adviser, Hope Hicks, had also contracted the disease. Trump said he and the First Lady had gone into self-quarantine while awaiting results.