Dr. Sean Conley, a doctor for Donald Trump, recently made statements related to the timeline of Trump being diagnosed with COVID-19. The doctor said that Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19 72 hours ago, which would be this past Wednesday. From there, Trump would reveal on Thursday that he had coronavirus. Now, the doctor has reportedly offered a new timeline for Trump’s coronavirus infection.
The White House released a statement after Conley’s briefing with the subject “Timeline Clarification,” saying, “ The President was first diagnosed with COVID-19 on the evening of Thursday, October 1st and had received Regeneron’s antibody cocktail on Friday, October 2nd.” Conley noted that he “incorrectly used the term ‘seventy-two hours’ instead of ‘day three’,” while speaking on Trump being diagnosed with coronavirus.
The White House says Trump tested positive for COVID-19 on late Thursday and started suffering symptoms of the virus on Friday while being flown to Walter Reed Medical Center. Take a look above.
source: Business Insider
Original 10/03/2020 12:41pm:
Recently, doctors for Donald Trump revealed some alarming news about the president, saying that Trump tested positive for COVID-19 way before he made it public, and exposed hundreds of people to coronavirus.
Dr. Sean Conley gave an update on Trump, saying he was diagnosed with COVID-19 72 hours ago, which means Trump knew he had the virus on Wednesday. The issue with that is that Trump was at a fundraiser with hundreds of people on Wednesday and Thursday. Trump didn’t reveal that he had coronavirus until Thursday.
Conley said Trump has mild symptoms, including a temperature, lethargy, a cough, and nasal congestion. Trump has allegedly been telling doctors “I feel like I could walk out of here today.”