On Day Three At Walter Reed, President Trump Surprises Supporters Outside With A Drive By Visit

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President Donald Trump took to Twitter Sunday to thank the supporters who have gathered outside Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland over the weekend, where the Commander in Chief is battling the coronavirus.

“I really appreciate all of the fans and supporters outside of the hospital. The fact is, they really love our Country and are seeing how we are MAKING IT GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE!,” the president declared.

President Trump’s official tweet:

President Trump was admitted to Walter Reed Friday after he announced that he and the First Lady had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Dozens of people gathered for an event hosted by ‘Women for America First’, with Trump 2020 signs for a prayer vigil Saturday night and some supporters also prayed for the president.

Supporters returned later Sunday morning, waving flags and honking car horns. Flowers were piling up on the sign outside the main entrance to the facility. Video Below

On Sunday, the Commander in Chief released a video message on Twitter after his third day at Walter Reed, and hinted at a “surprise visit” to his supporters outside of the medical center.

“I also think we’re going to pay a little surprise to some of the great patriots,” Trump said, hinting to his outside visit. “They’ve got Trump flags and they love our country so I’m not telling anybody but you but I’m about to make a little surprise visit so perhaps I’ll get there before you get to see me.” Continued Below

Shortly following his video message on Twitter, the Commander in Chief followed through. He briefly left his room to surprise supporters who were gathered outside Walter Reed Medical Center.

The president was in the Beast and waved to the cheering crowds from inside of the vehicle while he was wearing a mask.

The president’s doctors said Sunday that he could be discharged from Walter Reed as early as Monday as Trump’s top physician detailed he was given a steroid and put on oxygen as a treatment for COVID-19.

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