President Trump Makes A Surprise Appearance To Supporters, Debunking The Mainstream Media’s Speculations He Is Seriously Ill

President Trump had a short "stunt" outside Walter Reed hospital to wave to his supporters on Sunday.

President Donald Trump was driven around outside Walter Reed hospital in a black four-wheel drive on Sunday to surprise his supporters amid COVID-19 isolation. The quick visit outraged the leftists, saying it was a dangerous political stunt.

A short footage showed Trump, wearing a black mask, waving from the back seat of a black SUV with two masked men in the front seats.

White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement, “President Trump took a short, last-minute motorcade ride to wave to his supporters outside and has now returned to the Presidential Suite inside Walter Reed.” He also assured, “appropriate measures” had been taken.

Quickly after the president’s hospitalization due to coronavirus Friday evening, many speculations have been circulating online, including from the mainstream media and liberals, that the commander-in-chief is seriously ill and the White House is concealing his real condition.

After Trump’s short drive, the Dems changed their strategy to attack him when they saw him doing well, debunking their notion that he might be seriously ill because he belongs to the ‘high-risk group.’ A blogger from Washington Post, Jennifer Rubin, caught Twitter users’ attention for her foul remarks, saying the GOP is a death cult.

She also said the president wanted to infect his supporters though the windows of the SUV carrying him were closed.

Another reporter from CBS scolded the president for not wearing a “medical grade mask,” rather than a black cloth mask.