92 Comments on "Trump leaves White House for Covid-19 treatment at hospital"

  1. Inject bleach intravenously and hydroxychloroquine should work right?

  2. Bit Of Wizdumb | October 2, 2020 at 8:59 PM | Reply

    They said that trump is duping the Dems again . He’s setting Dems up again according to the national enquirer

    • Jessica Desmarais | October 2, 2020 at 10:54 PM | Reply

      @Citizen XI am assuming you are insinuating they don’t work. If they dont work then why is Trump now wearing one (along with anyone around him) now that he is sick himself? If even the biggest critics believes now that wearing one protects his staff and others around him than it must offer some kind of protection. Or they just wearing them “for funsies” in your opinion? If there’s one thing I understand about Trump he doesn’t do anything he doesn’t want to. And by the way one quick search and you can find studies that say cloth masks are somewhat effective. Are they fully effective? Of course not but it is all about doing what you can to lower your risk, and that includes a lot of things. And no I am not linking anything even though I could easily copy and paste. You’re a big boy (or girl). You are capable, right?

    • Citizen X Citizen X https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7191274/

      19 randomized controlled trials saying masks are beneficial for community use to prevent infection.

      I’m a doctor btw. Don’t be ignorant please read it.

    • @Hoydogge not me If he got it good for him hope he get everything virus have everything

    • @Trump’s Neck Vagina Lol, yes.I noticed that too

    • @Bazooka Joe Just guess what his surname is. His first name is David. His surname? Wood……

  3. Gavin Surjnarine | October 2, 2020 at 8:59 PM | Reply

    Hmmmm…. Why didn’t the 1st Lady go with him? Apparently she has it too!!!

    • Gavin Surjnarine – she is probably healthier than him and isn’t as unwell. I think it’s going to hit him hard..he is obese and unhealthy, despite what his Dr has said about him in the past. Also he had that trip to Walter Reed a few months ago so I bet he has an underlying condition. But they will just ‘play it down’. If he dies, he dies..it is what it is.

  4. Wear a damn mask. The most protected man in the country still got it. He was being tested 3 times per day while those around him were also being tested but ultimately not wearing a mask was foolish. You Trumpers should have never made masks into a political issue.

  5. April Lambert | October 2, 2020 at 9:01 PM | Reply

    He looks fine to me lol 😂

  6. Concrete Lightbulb | October 2, 2020 at 9:01 PM | Reply

    By “working” I’m sure they mean Tweeting and watching news coverage on himself.

  7. This is all planned by the elites, whoever watches the simpsons will know what im talking about

    • you mean unemployed people and children?

    • Trump is part of the elite. Who do you think gave him 250,000 dollars per head during the week. I hope those suckers get more than they paid for. Infection from their chaos coordinator in chief. He is their boy. Unless you think those donors were working stiffs from the mines in Appalachia, or the assembly lines in Detroit, oh scrub that, those jobs have left the country.
      I always go to the Simpsons to find out what is happening in the globalist realm. They have the inside news. Are they part of the elite or are they spying on the elite. And why does the elite let them get away with it. Do you know how nutty you sound?

  8. Oh sure, wear the mask now! That’s like taking birth control after you find out you’re pregnant.

  9. He said he was going to surprise himself in October….We are in October…🤔.and ppl are surprised 🤥

    • Name all the studies on the effectiveness of masks. I want the name of the organization that conducted the study, the number of participants, was it a double-blind study, year(s) of study results, names of participating scientists, etc.

    • I’m not surprised one bit!! It was only a matter of time. His arrogant pompous azz had it coming. Natural selection in progress. 🤣

    • I’m not, he never wears a mask until now

    • Ronaldhino McLean | October 2, 2020 at 11:07 PM | Reply

      @Citizen X Give it a rest. You’re getting nowhere. Let it go. You’ve done enough. You are converting noone. You are wasting your time. Catch a break.

  10. Terrence Howell | October 2, 2020 at 9:03 PM | Reply

    Big deflection, so the 2nd & 3rd debates and election can be postponed
    I don’t believe his (BS)

    • Invoke the 25th Amendment. | October 2, 2020 at 10:31 PM | Reply

      He’ll attempt to postpone the election altogether.

    • Invoke the 25th Amendment. | October 2, 2020 at 10:35 PM | Reply

      @PermanentHigh @ And for 57 years, Trump ripped people off, dodged the draft, cheated his exams, even stole millions of dollars from a charity to live the high life – to name just four things that POS did for his country.

    • PermanentHigh Moscow Mitch got nervous with his stand by proud boys comments because there are still idiots out there that believe the orange 🤡 is not a racist.. the republicans don’t want to loose the election, so it’s best to keep him from 🗣💩 talking

    • We are calling it the Trump hoax.

    • @PermanentHigh SHUT UP. You’re the CLOWN.

  11. I wonder if this is Trump’s October surprise.

    • Name all the studies on the effectiveness of masks. I want the name of the organization that conducted the study, the number of participants, was it a double-blind study, year(s) of study results, names of participating scientists, etc.

    • Yes it is…watch for the good news..Vaccine cured him..Russian manufactured..or the one he is promoting and placed his money into…all $450 million of it..debt cancelled.

    • @Citizen X Google is your friend dearie. If, and I doubt it, you are actually interested, you’ll be able to find that without other people spoonfeeding you. It’s called adulting.

    • Pamela Mitchell | October 2, 2020 at 10:56 PM | Reply

      I was thinking the same thing.

    • Vicki Williams | October 2, 2020 at 11:06 PM | Reply

      @Citizen X
      University of California San Francisco

      June 26, 2020

      Still Confused About Masks? Here’s the Science Behind How Face Masks Prevent Coronavirus

      By Nina Bai





      Español  |  русский  |  中文

      Editor’s Note: This story was updated on July 11 to include information on why valved masks do not block exhaled droplets.
      As states reopen from stay-at-home orders, many, including California, are now requiring people to wear face coverings in most public spaces to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
      Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization now recommend cloth masks for the general public, but earlier in the pandemic, both organizations recommended just the opposite. These shifting guidelines may have sowed confusion among the public about the utility of masks.
      But health experts say the evidence is clear that masks can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and that the more people wearing masks, the better.
      We talked to UC San Francisco epidemiologist George Rutherford, MD, and infectious disease specialist Peter Chin-Hong, MD, about the CDC’s reversal on mask-wearing, the current science on how masks work, and what to consider when choosing a mask.

      Why did the CDC change its guidance on wearing masks?

      The original CDC guidance partly was based on what was thought to be low disease prevalence earlier in the pandemic, said Chin-Hong.
      “So, of course, you’re preaching that the juice isn’t really worth the squeeze to have the whole population wear masks in the beginning – but that was really a reflection of not having enough testing, anyway,” he said. “We were getting a false sense of security.”
      Rutherford was more blunt. The legitimate concern that the limited supply of surgical masks and N95 respirators should be saved for health care workers should not have prevented more nuanced messaging about the benefits of masking. “We should have told people to wear cloth masks right off the bat,” he said.
      Another factor “is that culturally, the U.S. wasn’t really prepared to wear masks,” unlike some countries in Asia where the practice is more common, said Chin-Hong. Even now, some Americans are choosing to ignore CDC guidance and local mandates on masks, a hesitation that Chin-Hong says is “foolhardy.”
      What may have finally convinced the CDC to change its guidance in favor of masks were rising disease prevalence and a clearer understanding that both pre-symptomatic and asymptomatic transmission are possible – even common. Studies have found that viral load peaks in the days before symptoms begin and that speaking is enough to expel virus-carrying droplets.
      “I think the biggest thing with COVID now that shapes all of this guidance on masks is that we can’t tell who’s infected,” said Chin-Hong. “You can’t look in a crowd and say, oh, that person should wear mask. There’s a lot of asymptomatic infection, so everybody has to wear a mask.”

      What evidence do we have that wearing a mask is effective in preventing COVID-19?

      There are several strands of evidence supporting the efficacy of masks.
      One category of evidence comes from laboratory studies of respiratory droplets and the ability of various masks to block them. An experiment using high-speed video found that hundreds of droplets ranging from 20 to 500 micrometers were generated when saying a simple phrase, but that nearly all these droplets were blocked when the mouth was covered by a damp washcloth. Another study of people who had influenza or the common cold found that wearing a surgical mask significantly reduced the amount of these respiratory viruses emitted in droplets and aerosols.
      But the strongest evidence in favor of masks come from studies of real-world scenarios. “The most important thing are the epidemiologic data,” said Rutherford. Because it would be unethical to assign people to not wear a mask during a pandemic, the epidemiological evidence has come from so-called “experiments of nature.”
      A recent study published in Health Affairs, for example, compared the COVID-19 growth rate before and after mask mandates in 15 states and the District of Columbia. It found that mask mandates led to a slowdown in daily COVID-19 growth rate, which became more apparent over time. The first five days after a mandate, the daily growth rate slowed by 0.9 percentage-points compared to the five days prior to the mandate; at three weeks, the daily growth rate had slowed by 2 percentage-points.
      Another study looked at coronavirus deaths across 198 countries and found that those with cultural norms or government policies favoring mask-wearing had lower death rates.
      Two compelling case reports also suggest that masks can prevent transmission in high-risk scenarios, said Chin-Hong and Rutherford. In one case, a man flew from China to Toronto and subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. He had a dry cough and wore a mask on the flight, and all 25 people closest to him on the flight tested negative for COVID-19. In another case, in late May, two hair stylists in Missouri had close contact with 140 clients while sick with COVID-19. Everyone wore a mask and none of the clients tested positive.

      Do masks protect the people wearing them or the people around them?

      “I think there’s enough evidence to say that the best benefit is for people who have COVID-19 to protect them from giving COVID-19 to other people, but you’re still going to get a benefit from wearing a mask if you don’t have COVID-19,” said Chin-Hong.
      Masks may be more effective as a “source control” because they can prevent larger expelled droplets from evaporating into smaller droplets that can travel farther.
      Another factor to remember, noted Rutherford, is that you could still catch the virus through the membranes in your eyes, a risk that masking does not eliminate.

      How many people need to wear masks to reduce community transmission?

      “What you want is 100 percent of people to wear masks, but you’ll settle for 80 percent,” said Rutherford. In one simulation, researchers predicted that 80 percent of the population wearing masks would do more to reduce COVID-19 spread than a strict lockdown.
      The latest forecast from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation suggests that 33,000 deaths could be avoided by October 1 if 95 percent of people wore masks in public.
      Even if you live in a community where few people wear masks, you would still reduce your own chances of catching the virus by wearing one, said Chin-Hong and Rutherford.

      Does the type of mask matter?

      Studies have compared various mask materials, but for the general public, the most important consideration may be comfort. The best mask is one you can wear comfortably and consistently, said Chin-Hong. N95 respirators are only necessary in medical situations such as intubation. Surgical masks are generally more protective than cloth masks, and some people find them lighter and more comfortable to wear.
      The bottom line is that any mask that covers the nose and mouth will be of benefit.
      “The concept is risk reduction rather than absolute prevention,” said Chin-Hong. “You don’t throw up your hands if you think a mask is not 100 percent effective. That’s silly. Nobody’s taking a cholesterol medicine because they’re going to prevent a heart attack 100 percent of the time, but you’re reducing your risk substantially.”
      However, both Rutherford and Chin-Hong cautioned against N95 masks with valves (commonly used in construction to prevent the inhalation of dust) because they do not protect those around you. These one-way valves close when the wearer breathes in, but open when the wearer breathes out, allowing unfiltered air and droplets to escape. Chin-Hong said that anyone wearing a valved mask would need to wear a surgical or cloth mask over it. “Alternatively, just wear a non-valved mask,” he said.
      San Francisco has specified that masks with valves do not comply with the city’s face covering order.

      If we’re practicing social distancing, do we still need to wear masks?

      A mnemonic that Chin-Hong likes is the “Three W’s to ward off COVID-19:” wearing a mask, washing your hands, and watching your distance.
      “But of the three, the most important thing is wearing a mask,” he said. Compared to wearing a mask, cleaning your iPhone or wiping down your groceries are “just distractors.” There’s little evidence that fomites (contaminated surfaces) are a major source of transmission, whereas there is a lot of evidence of transmission through inhaled droplets, said Chin-Hong.
      “You should always wear masks and socially distance,” said Rutherford. “I would be hesitant to try to parse it apart. But, yes, I think mask wearing is more important.”

  12. Christina Bigelow | October 2, 2020 at 9:05 PM | Reply

    Honestly I’m surprised it took this long for him to get covid

  13. Or maybe, because he just told his army to, “stand by”, and ANYTHING to get everyone talking about something else. Notice how, it has all been swept under the rug like everything else. When he comes back to the white house or He will probably give a speech right at the hospital and thank all of the Doctors for saving him and Melania but NO mention of anyone else on their death bed. I’m sorry, but all I hear from this man is negativity and no regard for anyone but himself. I wish he was different, but Biden is my man for sure.

    • Name all the studies on the effectiveness of masks. I want the name of the organization that conducted the study, the number of participants, was it a double-blind study, year(s) of study results, names of participating scientists, etc.

    • Mike Dickinson | October 2, 2020 at 10:45 PM | Reply

      Fla Gal You mean Kamala is your man? Biden is a front to get Kamala into office because she would have no fighting chance any other way. If Biden makes office, he will deemed incompetent very quickly. Mark my words…You are voting for KAMALA HARRIS not Biden.

    • john jamrowski | October 2, 2020 at 10:47 PM | Reply

      @Citizen X OH stop with your stupid question.

    • Biden doesn’t know where he is

    • @Citizen XNot sure Kamala Harris would be a bad choice.

  14. DawgTawkWellington (DTW) | October 2, 2020 at 9:14 PM | Reply

    “One day it is going to disappear like magic.”
    “We think we have it very well under control.”
    “The number of cases in the US would soon be down to zero.”
    “We have a tremendous number of ventilators….”
    “It is a Dem/media hoax.”
    “It’s like the flu.”
    “Only 22 deaths, no shutdown”
    “Going up fast. We need the Wall more than ever!”
    “No, I’m not concerned at all. No, I’m not. No, we’ve done a great job.”
    “This is a very contagious virus. It’s incredible. But it’s something we have tremendous control of.”
    “Less testing means less cases”
    “It is what it is” (Answer to almost 200 000 Americans dead from Covid)

    Please continue the list of quotes:

    • DawgTawkWellington (DTW)
      “One death is too many.”

    • Finbarr Saunders | October 2, 2020 at 9:57 PM | Reply

      Trump: “When I put the UV light up my butt it shines out my ears”.

    • trump will disappear before 3rd November like a magic.

    • Oh I read the mfg Monogram on hydrochloraquin and the first thing it says is not for C19 and not for patients over 65 as it can cause CARDIAC ARREST And Retina Blindness. Also for the first 3 days of taking it for rheumatoid arthritis or malaria the only two medical conditions it is prescribed for it causes violent diarrhea. Trump did 15 days in a row of press conferences after he said he took it. So now we all know out of the 5000 lies this one is true. He ate a sugar tablet and trying to make the Americans believe he took HC, now says he has C19.

      Trying to take the heat off his fraudulent tax returns for the last 12 yrs or greater.

      If you or I did that well let’s just said we’d be picking up soap.

      This guy is too much and the art of a con man not business man.

      I know alot of people want to believe he’s a great leader but at the end of the day if you cannot trust the captain how can you trust your decision to vote for a pathological liar narcissistic lunitic.

    • thebadbandit bedbug | October 2, 2020 at 10:37 PM | Reply

      Send him a copy of these quotes

  15. The Notorious N.O.E. | October 2, 2020 at 9:15 PM | Reply

    Doctor Cleen, we have a CODE-19!
    Dear gawd! We need ten CCs of Cloroxin. Stat!

    • Name all the studies on the effectiveness of masks. I want the name of the organization that conducted the study, the number of participants, was it a double-blind study, year(s) of study results, names of participating scientists, etc.

    • Harley Mesidor | October 2, 2020 at 11:03 PM | Reply

      Im team red, but your joke was funny. Thumbs up.

    • Harley Mesidor | October 2, 2020 at 11:04 PM | Reply

      @Citizen X Exactly. This shouldn’t have happen.

  16. “It is,what it is.”smh

    • @CJ you mean the old folks home where Democrats sent sick people which ended up killing the old folks there with preexisting conditions?

    • TehkNinja Like Herman Cain ? Sure.

    • Name all the studies on the effectiveness of masks. I want the name of the organization that conducted the study, the number of participants, was it a double-blind study, year(s) of study results, names of participating scientists, etc.

    • Citizen X Easy. Look at Japan. Everybody is wearing a mask, crowded cities and trains, very low numbers. We don’t need any more proofs. (I live there btw)

    • It certainly is..what it is. Karma said who would be a good example of stupidity and bad juju..oh I know…

  17. Elizabeth Cantarell | October 2, 2020 at 9:18 PM | Reply

    So now he gets infected so now he wears the mask “I really don’t care do you?” famous quote.

  18. 50K SUBS WITH MEME VIDEOS | October 2, 2020 at 9:33 PM | Reply

    “I tested very good for a long period of time, and then all of a sudden, today I tested positive. So I tested positive out of the blue. This is why the whole concept of tests aren’t necessarily great. The tests are perfect, but something can happen between a test — where it’s good, and then something happens, and all of a sudden — I was tested very recently and tested negative. And then today, I guess, for some reason, I tested positive.”

    • Name all the studies on the effectiveness of masks. I want the name of the organization that conducted the study, the number of participants, was it a double-blind study, year(s) of study results, names of participating scientists, etc.

    • Jennifer Craven | October 2, 2020 at 10:43 PM | Reply

      Citizen X if you’re the one that wants the info, then do the research

    • Lol. This is actually good. I can definitely hear him saying that.

    • @Citizen X hey the more of u brilliant anti maskers there are the better it is for all of us in fact next time u have surgery tell that stupid dr to take off that usless mask and have him sneeze directly into ur open incision
      Im kidding its a great choice not to wear a mask look how well its workin out for trump no mask fit as a fiddle healthy as a …..oh wait hmmmmm looks like he just tested positively ya know… on the positive side
      well it is what it is

    • I have NO idea what that reason could be🙄

  19. Bodhi Sattvah | October 2, 2020 at 9:51 PM | Reply

    “I Really Don’t Care…Do You?”

    • thebadbandit bedbug | October 2, 2020 at 10:42 PM | Reply

      I don’t care

    • Hahahahaha

    • Citizen X, you are shockingly inappropriate.

    • Citizen X Biden doesn’t have Dementia. My father has dementia – I know exactly what it looks like. Go get a real job, instead of writing stupid comments on these videos. How much is Trump admin paying you to troll? Last comment you constantly pasted was asking about proof masks work. Well your beloved President is wearing one now, so if he believes they work then so should you.

    • @T C I just want copies of the double-blind, peer-reviewed scientific studies on the effectiveness or not of masks in COVID-19 transmission.

  20. Justin Ball Percussion | October 2, 2020 at 10:26 PM | Reply

    I’m not sure I understand. Why even get tested? If you don’t get a test, you don’t get the virus. Plain and simple…

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