President Trump coughs during his call-in interview on Hannity, but says he's feeling 'really good'
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President Donald Trump paused during a call-in interview on Fox News Thursday night to clear his throat to a suppressed cough.
Host Sean Hannity didn't recognize the moment and kept the interview moving.
Hannity asked Trump how he was doing after being released from hospital with COVID-19, and Trump said he felt "really great".
Trump also announced his plans to hold a rally "probably in Florida" on Saturday night, and said he would receive "the test" for COVID-19 on Friday to see if it is negative.
The President cleared his throat later in the interview when he explained how good postal ballot papers are "okay".
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President Donald Trump had trouble speaking at one point during his draft interview on Fox News Thursday night. He cleared his throat to a choked cough before the sound stopped, causing a pause of several seconds.
Trump announced almost a week ago (early Friday, October 2) that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19. Trump spent several days at Walter Reed Medical Center testing and treating the virus.
On Thursday, Trump told Hannity that he was "great" but dodged questions about whether he was recently and said he would be tested tomorrow.
The last time Trump said he tested negative for COVID-19 was in May and the White House refused to say when his last negative test was.
"The test will be tomorrow - the actual test, as there is no need to constantly test," said Trump.
Elsewhere in the interview, Trump announced his plans to hold a MAGA rally "probably in Florida" that Saturday night. He then also floated to Pennsylvania with another, although it remains unclear whether he is still contagious with a highly contagious fatal disease.
Trump also cleared his throat later in the interview when he talked about how "postal votes are okay".
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