President Trump is reported to be doing well fighting off the coronavirus infection that he contracted while carrying out his official duties.

The president is being treated with a cocktail of therapeutics and supplements under the Remdesivir treatment protocol.  

White House Physician Sean Conley MD said Trump “received a single 8-gram dose of Regeneron’s polyclonal antibody cocktail, as well as zinc, Vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin, and a daily aspirin for treatment.”

White House CBS News correspondent Mark Knoller reported that the president is doing well:





According to Knoller, President Trump said; “I feel like I could walk out of here today,” Pres Trump is quoted as telling his doctors this morning. 

Conley, his lead physician said of the president, “He’s doing great.” 

This presents President Trump with an opportunity to set the record straight with misinformed voters about the morbidity rate that, many argue, has been grossly exaggerated by Deep State bureaucrats and Democrats for political reasons. 

The media has convinced many people that Covid-19 is a death sentence… especially for people over 65.  The president may be able to illustrate that is not now the case because of newly discovered treatment protocols.

Beyond that, this will present President Trump with the opportunity to showcase the results of Operation Warp Speed, the president’s massive mobilization of the private sector that, among other things, had been tasked with developing therapeutics.

Finally, the president is, so far, proving an ability to continue working for the American people even with the virus.  This has the potential to color House Democrats, who have shirked their responsibilities, as undeserving of reelection.

 Keep in mind these chickenhawks send our military into hot zones around the world but, when confronted with the possibility of contracting the virus they ran away and hid.

Lawrence David

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