President Donald Trump was released from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday evening. Following an announcement by his medical team that the president’s health was improving. And that he could continue treatment at the White House, although doctors refused to divulge details of Trump. War against 19.
The president walked out of Walter Reed and flew back to the White House on Marine One, promptly tearing off his face mask before walking into the Executive Residence.
Earlier Monday, Trump released claimed by announcing his own discharge that he was feeling “really good” after news broke that he was suffering from fever, fatigue and shortness of breath three days after arriving in Walter Reed.
At a Monday afternoon press conference, White House Physician Sean Conley said Trump’s condition has continued to improve over the last 24 hours, and he now has “met or exceeded all standard hospital discharge criteria,” though he “may not entirely be out of the woods yet.”