Contagious President Trump removes mask at White House
President Trump returned to the White House following his hospitalization due to coronavirus and removed his mask despite still being contagious.
President Trump, who is infected with a highly contagious virus, took off his mask upon his return to the White House on Monday as he posed for photos from the balcony above the South Lawn. This weekend on Weekly Briefing headliner Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch highlights the abuses of power by former President Obama, which were exposed in recently declassified DOJ documents. The experts panel discusses the VP debate, President Trump's return to the White House and more!
Tune in Saturday & Sunday at 2 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST! Moments ago, President Trump returned to the White House after being hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center for the Coronavirus, and he promptly removed his masked and waved from the balcony. Shortly after arriving at the White House Monday night following his three-day hospitalization for COVID-19, President Donald Trump climbed the steps to the Truman balcony and removed his mask in front of a throng of photographers. The moment was swiftly condemned by many as a "photo opportunity" that put staff in danger. "He is likely expelling virus into the air," said Dr. Sanjay Gupta on CNN. "It looks like there are several people around him. I just don't get it. This breaks every protocol."