Donald Trump‘s doctor Sean Conley just participated in a press conference to update the American people on the president’s condition and now there are questions about the timeline of his coronavirus diagnosis.
“This morning the president is doing very well,” Conley said while beginning his remarks. “As reported yesterday, consultation with this group, I recommended we bring the President up to Walter Reed as a precautionary measure to provide state-of-the-art monitoring and any care that he may need.”
The next thing Conley said is what is raising questions. He said that Trump is “72 hours into the diagnosis,” which means that the president would have tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday morning. He didn’t reveal the diagnosis to the world until the early hours of Friday morning.
Trump flew to Minnesota and attended an event in Minneapolis on Wednesday evening. He also attended a donor event in New Jersey on Thursday, so many people might be at risk for having the virus despite Trump allegedly knowing about his diagnosis during those events.
See the photos of Trump from Friday when he left the White House for the hospital.
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