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Trump says he now has firsthand knowledge of COVID and can't wait to spread it

Washington, DC - Trump made his triumphant return to the White House on Monday night and his first act of duty was to rip off the mask protecting his staff from his infection.

After a few reshoots of his victorious entrance, he took a moment to record an inspirational video for the thousands of people currently battling the coronavirus and the families of 210,000 Americans who have died of COVID-19.

Trump said, "Don’t let it dominate you. Don’t be afraid of it. You’re going to beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines."

Trump went on to say that now that he has firsthand knowledge of COVID-19, he can't wait to spread it.

"I have so much to share. So much. I can't wait to get out there and share it with each of you in person," said Trump.

Following the speech, Trump retreated to his living quarters where he was surprised with a Welcome Home party by the few remaining staff members who are not currently self-quarantining.

Trump then spent the next hour talking up close and personal with his staff about the dangers of the virus before heading to the White House medical center for his next remdesivir anti-viral treatment.

At the time of this publishing, Trump was doing well and back to tweeting about the Democrats.

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