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President Donald Trump left the hospital minutes after tweeting that he was going to surprise supporters outside Walter Reed.

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WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump returned to the White House on Monday, three days after he arrived at Walter Reed hospital with coronavirus symptoms that were alarming enough that doctors administered oxygen and several rounds of aggressive treatment.

Marine One touched town on the South Lawn shortly before 7 p.m. ET. Trump walked off the helicopter, removed his mask and stood in the South Portico. Flanked by American flags, Trump gave several thumbs up before entering the White House.  

Minutes earlier, Trump walked down the steps of the hospital tower at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Trump, who was wearing a mask, did not answer shouted questions but gave several thumbs up and celebratory fist shakes for the cameras gathered outside the building. 

“Thank you very much