A record number of Americans have already cast their ballot ahead of the November election. The United States Election Project released a report Wednesday showing more than 5.5 million people have either mailed in their ballot or voted in-person.
President Trump appeared to be showing no symptoms of the coronavirus following his first night back in the White House. That’s according to a statement Tuesday from the President’s physician who also said his vital signs and physical exam remain stable.
All eyes are on Salt Lake City as the two vice presidential candidates are set to take the debate stage. However, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced changes to the debate on Monday. This came after President Trump, First Lady Melania, several White House staffers and others tested positive for coronavirus.
President Trump was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center after doctors said he responded well to COVID-19 treatment. On Monday evening, the President walked into the White House after being hospitalized for three nights with moderate coronavirus symptoms.
President Trump’s re-election campaign introduced its new virtual platform as part of an effort dubbed ‘Operation MAGA.’ The initiative, which was announced Monday, aims to temporarily livestream the President’s rallies instead of holding them in-person.
Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar held a meeting with scientists who are advocating for a “herd immunity” approach to tackling COVID-19.
Health officials have given an update on the President’s condition. While speaking outside the Walter Reed Medical Center Monday, White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said President Trump’s health is improving.
While the media continues pushing hype around the coronavirus, actual medical experts say we already have the tools we need to combat the virus. One America’s Pearson Sharp spoke with Brian Tyson, a doctor in Southern California who has successfully treated over 1,700 patients with the drug hydroxychloroquine.
Senior Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller is striking back against Democrat claims that President Trump has handled the coronavirus incorrectly.