Last night, President Trump noticed a gathering of supporters outside the Walter Reed Hospital and sent his Chief of
Staff Mark Meadows out to thank them.
Mark Meadows walked out of Walter Reed with a bag of chocolates (photo below) from President Trump. He spoke to the group telling them President Trump is doing well
The president sent a small token of thanks so the supporters
Earlier today, CBS reporter Catherine Herridge shared a letter from President Trump’s physicians regarding his state of health, calming the fears of many Americans who don’t trust many in the media. In the letter posted by Herridge on Twitter, President Trump’s physicians state that he has started Remdesivir therapy to treat the symptoms of COVID and is doing “very well.”
Meanwhile, the small group of Trump supporters who waited outside of Walter Reed Hospital has turned into a massive group of Trump supporters, carrying signs and Trump banners to show their support for our President.
CBS reporter Catherine Herridge tweeted about the crowd, sharing a video of the enthusiastic Trump supporters and saying, “If President Trump looks out his window at Walter Reed.”
A nationwide candlelight vigil is being planned for tonight at 8:45 PM EST. If you can’t find a vigil in your city, start one. If you aren’t able to start a candlelight vigil for Trump in your city, stand in your front yard with a candle and pray for him and our First Lady.