Trump Allegedly Wanted To Make A ‘Superman’ Appearance After COVID-19 Treatment
By Thanussha Priyah, 13 Oct 2020
Image via Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com and IMDb
Donald Trump recently tested positive for COVID-19, and was immediately transferred to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center to receive treatment. The president then returned to the White House and made a brief public appearance to show how he was doing.
In a new report by the New York Times, Trump allegedly wanted to make his post-hospitalization return a tad bit more dramatic by ripping his suit to reveal a Superman T-shirt underneath.
The article purported that Trump wanted to appear physically weak before tearing apart his shirt to showcase his speedy recovery after the diagnosis.
White House physician Dr Sean Conley had assessed the president and announced that Trump tested negative for the coronavirus on consecutive days, implying that he no longer poses the risk of infection.
You have to read this to believe it.— Renato Mariotti (@renato_mariotti) October 10, 2020
Trump was planning to appear frail and then rip over his dress shirt to reveal a Superman tee-shirt when he left the hospital, according to the @nytimes.
Whenever I think Trump can’t do something more ridiculous, he proves me wrong. pic.twitter.com/yvxJuRkrAu
[via Happy Magazine, cover image via Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com and IMDb]
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