Getting Corona virus was a 'Blessing from god', says Trump

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In a video posted on his Twitter account on Wednesday, Oct. 8 (U.S. time), two days after his return from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Trump said he was back at the Oval Office in the White House.

Lavish praise for the treatment he received that made him feel better "immediately"—in particular, the experimental antibody cocktail developed by the American biotechnology company Regeneron — Trop said that it was thanks to these drugs that he was feeling" great "24 hours after going to the hospital.

Mistakenly calling the drug "Regeneron" and saying that it's a "cure," he said he wants to make drugs free for everyone in the country and get them quickly for the elderly as well.

"That's exactly what I want for everyone," he said. "I want everyone to receive the same treatment as your president."

"Because I feel great. I feel perfect, so I think it was God's blessing that I caught it," said Trump.

Adding that his infection is "a blessing in disguise," Trump said if he hadn't caught Covid-19, "we'd be looking at it as a number of other drugs."

He also said they were waiting for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to issue an Emergency Use Authorization for use by other Covid-19 patients.

Blamed China on the Pandemic
Trump blamed China for the pandemic that has claimed more than 210,000 lives in the US so far.

"It wasn't your fault that this happened, it was China's fault, and China is going to pay a big price [for] what they have done to this country," he said.

"China is going to pay a big price for what they have done to the world. This was the fault of China. And just remember it.

In addition, Trump said he could stay in the White House for the last four days instead of the hospital, but he did so under the direction of his doctor.

The Covid-19 outbreak in the White House has continued to grow over the last few days, with more Trump-positive virus-testing aids, such as White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller and Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany.

 

Publish : 2020-10-08 12:10:32