President Trump Wanted to Wear a Superman Shirt When He Left Hospital

In a plot to the right of the Superman comics, President Trump first wanted to show the world his inner fanboy and reveal a Superman t-shirt when he was released from the hospital this week.
A New York Times report on Saturday said: “In multiple phone calls to the presidential suite of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center last weekend, Mr. Trump shared an idea he was pondering: When he left the hospital, he wanted it to appear frail at first when people saw him, after people with knowledge of the conversations. But under his button-down shirt, he would wear a Superman T-shirt that he would reveal as a symbol of strength if he tore open the top layer. "
If this is Trump's Superman fantasy one has to wonder what his Batman is like.
Also read: Maher says Trump "personally kills other people" with his COVID infection
Trump announced last week that he and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19. The president was flown by helicopter to Walter Reed Medical Center for a three-day hospital stay, where the president was given steroid treatment, usually prescribed for critically ill patients, as well as an experimental antibody cocktail and supplemental oxygen.
Despite Trump's sacking last Monday, officials have repeatedly refused to disclose when the president last tested negative for COVID-19. White House Doctor Sean Conley has also not answered any questions from reporters since Monday, despite posting a memo on Thursday assuming Trump "can safely return to public engagement" by Saturday.
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