US election: I'll continue campaign when I return from hospital, Trump

US election: I'll continue campaign when I return from hospital, Trump

- President Donald Trump has vowed to make the US great again

- The US leaders who just contracted coronavirus made this promise from the Walter Reed Hospital

- Trump also expressed certainty that he will be leaving the hospital soon to resume his presidential campaign

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Days after contracting COVID-19, President Donald Trump has sent a message to citizens of the United States of America (USA) on his new health status.

In a tone of optimism, President Trump said that he will be leaving the Walter Reed Hospital in Bethesda very soon and make America great.

The US leader vowed that upon full recovery he will resume his presidential campaign in his re-election bid, adding that his plan is to make the country great again as it was before.

US presidential election: I continue campaign when I return from hospital, Trump
President Donald Trump with face mask (Photo credit:
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He expressed gratitude to the efforts of medical practitioners at the renowned hospital and the good wishes of well-meaning American first from the White House and across the nation, irrespective of political differences.

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Trump disclosed that as a leader who is expected to confront problems, he just could not bear to obey the stay-at-home protocol due to the global pandemic.

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Listen to Trump's message to the American people in the video below:

Earlier, Trump and his wife tested positive for coronavirus. The outspoken US president revealed his health status on his verified Twitter page on Friday, October 2.

He tweeted:

"Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!"

The fact that the US president is 74 puts him at risks of developing complications from the dreaded virus that has ravaged the country already.

However, a White House doctor, in a statement reported that the duo, who have been quarantined, was in a stable health condition.

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