Trump Conceals COVID Test Info During Fake Fox News ‘Medical Evaluation’
"Man, woman, person, camera, television."
The last time President Donald Trump met with Dr. Marc Siegel appeared on television, he managed to impress the Fox News medical staff by successfully listing these five words in the same order twice in a row.
Now with many unanswered questions about his health following a sudden hospitalization for COVID-19 a week ago, Trump has reached out to Dr. Siegel turned for an extremely bizarre, realistic TV on air rating on Tucker Carlson's Friday night show.
"It was a remarkable turnaround in every way," stressed Carlson Trump's apparent recovery before revealing that the White House camera crew - and not Fox News - were the ones filming Trump from a distance (and therefore presumably some control over had the editing). .
Siegel, the same doctor who irresponsibly speculated that former Vice President Joe Biden might be on “speed” or “Adderall” before the first presidential debate and later downplayed the severity of Trump's diagnosis, began his investigation by asking, “How are you Them? now?"
Trump said he felt "really, really strong", unlike other people who have contracted what he likes to call the "China virus". He insisted he had no trouble breathing, although it was reported that his oxygen levels were dangerously low at times. The president also admitted that during a CAT scan, an "overload" of his lungs was detected, which is more than his personal doctor wanted to tell reporters earlier in the week.
White House spokeswoman Alyssa Farah gives Dr. Sean Conley's song to make Trump feel better on Fox News
As of Friday morning, Trump claimed he was no longer taking any medication, but again unsubstantially promised to send the "Regeneron" treatment he had received to any American who needed it "for free."
Later, Dr. Seal the President the opportunity to defend the fun driving he enjoyed with Secret Service agents during his hospital stay so he could see his supporters who had gathered outside of Walter Reed. "They went crazy when they saw the car go by," Trump boasted, saying it was "disrespectful" not to "wave them a little".
When the doctor asked the president what "lessons" he had learned from his experience, Trump showed a brief flash of self-confidence. "It's a lot easier for me than for someone who doesn't have easy access to a doctor." But moments later, he was talking again about how important it is to just hide in his basement.
"The big secret for me was that I got there very early," added Trump, saying his condition would have "gotten a lot worse" if he had waited to go to the hospital.
When asked where he thinks he got the virus, Trump said, “I don't know, you had some big events in the White House. Maybe there. I do not really know. Nobody really knows. Numerous people have signed it. "
"One thing you have learned is that this is a contagious disease," Trump said matter-of-factly before warning dangerously, "the cure is worse than the problem itself, it's a terrible thing."
The only big question that Trump has neither asked nor answered during his first on-camera interview since contracting the coronavirus is of course when he received his last negative test before his first positive test.
White House spokesmen and presidential doctors have consistently refused to answer this question over the past week, and Trump's propaganda attempt at "complete transparency" has done nothing to dispel deep-seated confusion and suspicion.
In fact, Trump wouldn't even reveal much information about his most recent test. "I've been retested and haven't even figured out that numbers are anything," he said. "But I've been retested and I know I'm either down or free."
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