President Donald Trump contends that he is over COVID-19, and he will return to the campaign trail Monday with a rescheduled rally in Central Florida.
Monday evening finds the President bringing his “Make America Great Again” roadshow to Sanford, for a 7 p.m. hangar event at Orlando-Sanford International Airport.
Trump, who was diagnosed just over a week ago and hospitalized soon thereafter, has been messaging a strong recovery from the disease caused by the new coronavirus that has killed well over 200,000 people.
The President had teased a return to Florida as early as Saturday but instead will address people at the White House from a balcony, which may curb concerns about transmission.
In media appearances late this week, including a two-hour stint on Friday afternoon’s edition of the Rush Limbaugh radio program, the President contended that he is fully recovered from the novel coronavirus and that a “cure” modeled after his treatment will be available nationwide soon.
“We have a cure, some call it a therapeutic. I call it a cure that most have never heard of that’s going to be out very soon,” Trump assured Limbaugh in the noon hour.
The President was referring to plans announced to provide