Trump could leave hospital TOMORROW as Covid doc says Meadows 'misconstrued' update

DONALD Trump could leave hospital tomorrow as his coronavirus doctor said Mark Meadows "misconstrued" the update.

The president's team of doctors made the announcement on Sunday afternoon.

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If Trump continues to improve, the doctors said they "plan for discharge as early as tomorrow."

Doctor Brian Garibaldi said: "Today, he feels well. He's up and around. … And if he continues to look and feel as well as he does today, our hope is that we can plan for a discharge as early as tomorrow to the White House where he can continue his treatment course."

Dr Sean Conley also cleared up previous confusing, confirming that Trump experienced "two episodes of transient drops in his oxygen saturation levels" on Friday, as well as having a high fever.

The president was also on supplemental oxygen for roughly one hour, the doctor said.

Trump shared a video message from hospital on Saturday evening, warning the "next few days will be the real test" in his fight against coronavirus.

The four-minute video follows a day of confusion over his condition with doctors saying he’s doing well, but the White House chief of staff saying his vitals are "very concerning and the next 48 hours is critical."

"I came here, wasn't feeling so well. I'm feeling much better now," Trump said.

"I’m starting to feel good. You don’t know over the period of a few days – I guess that’s the real test."

"We’ll be seeing what happens over the next couple of days."

He added that he'll "'be back soon" and will "finish the campaign."

Trump was flown to Walter Reed hospital on Friday, just hours after he first revealed he tested positive for COVID-19.

Jason Miller, the Trump campaign senior adviser, said that he spoke to the president recently and that he said "he's going to defeat this virus… and our campaign is going to defeat the virus."

"Once he gets out of the hospital, he's ready to get back to the campaign trail,' Miller told NBC. "He sounded pretty energetic."

"But he said something else that I thought that was important too,' Miller said, "and that was to be careful, and that was to remind folks to wash their hands, use hand sanitizer, make sure that if you can't socially distance, distance to wear a mask. And I thought that was a pretty important message to send and a reminder to the rest of the country."

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