Trump to stay ‘the next few days’ at military hospital for COVID-19 treatment

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President Donald Trump talks to members of the news media Wednesday along the South Lawn driveway of the White House before leaving D.C. to begin his trip to Minnesota. (Tia Dufour/Official White House Photo)

U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., tweeted: “You’re in Laina and my prayers, Mr. President. Wishing you and the First Lady a speedy recovery.”

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