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A video uploaded by a Twitter user appears to show the president looking uncomfortable as he breathes whilst standing at the White House after being transported there. The clip was captioned: “Trump appears to be wincing in pain while he breathes”.

Mr Trump is seen not wearing a mask, giving a thumbs-up to viewers, and saluting the Marine One helicopter as it took off.

White House physician Dr Sean Conley has told reporters the president will receive around-the-clock “world-class medical care” having returned from the Walter Reed Medical Center hospital.

He is also understood to be receiving dexamethasone, a steroid which can be used to help treat severe COVID-19 infections.

Just hours before the president was discharged, medical teams had said he is “not out of the woods yet,” according to US reports.

At the same time, doctors and nurses also claimed the president had “continued to improve” and had “met or exceeded” the criteria to be discharged from hospital.

Dr Conley said: “We try to get patients out of the hospital as quickly as it is safe and reasonable.”

Mr Trump returned to the White House after spending just three days in hospital.

He announced he had tested positive for coronavirus on Friday last week.

The president’s return to the White House comes amid a spate of positive coronavirus infections amongst senior staff.

Yesterday, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany confirmed she had tested positive for the virus.

CBS news has claims one of her aides has also caught the virus too.

Ms KcEnany said: “As an essential worker, I have worked diligently to provided needed information to the American people at this time.

“With my recent positive test, I will begin the quarantine process and will continue working on behalf of the American people remotely.”

A number of other close associates of Trump have caught the virus, including First Lady Melania Trump.

Others include three Republican senators, advisers Hope Hicks and Kellyanne Conway, and chair of the Republican Party Ronna McDaniel.

Vice President Mike Pence, who is the next most senior person in the Trump administration, is currently in Utah in preparation for a debate with his Democrat counterpart Kamala Harris tomorrow night.



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