Trump Says His Lungs Were ‘Possibly Infected’ During COVID-19 Hospitalization
On Thursday night, President Donald Trump revealed that doctors told him his lungs “looked a bit different” when he was hospitalized for the coronavirus.
The president claimed to be fully recovered from the virus after White House physician Dr. Sean Conley cleared him to return to his campaign schedule.
When the president went to the Walter Reed Medical Center for treatment, he said that the doctors noticed “the lungs are a little different” and they were “possibly infected.”
Trump also disclosed how he “didn’t feel strong” and “had a bit of a temperature.”
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Later, Conley revealed that Trump’s lung scans yielded “expected findings” without explaining more.
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