DONALD TRUMP WHITE HOUSE
The President of the United States of America US Donald Trump on Monday returns to White House to continue treatment as virus spreads through the administration.
Mr Trump who contracted the COVID 19 last week spent three nights in a military hospital where he received experimental treatments to tackle a disease that has killed more than 210,000 Americans.
Trump, who still has the virus and remains contagious, took off his mask to pose for pictures and salute from the balcony of the White House. He later tweeted a video capturing his return to Washington, DC, and a message to his supporters.
According to Donald Trump, he said he felt real good about his return to the White House, where a cluster of cases have emerged since he, his wife Melania and close adviser Hope Hicks were diagnosed last week.
Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, along with two assistants and three White House journalists are the latest to test positive.
Trump wore a mask as he got out of the helicopter that flew him back from the Walter Reed military hospital outside Washington, DC, but removed it after he climbed the stairs of the White House South Portico, where he posed for pictures, waving, saluting and giving thumbs-up signs.
The Republican president, who is running for re-election against Democrat Joe Biden in the November 3 election, was admitted to hospital on Friday after being diagnosed with the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
The disease has killed more than one million people around the world with the death toll in the United States higher than anywhere else.
Trump, 74, has not had a fever in more than 72 hours and his oxygen levels are normal, his medical team told reporters before he left the medical facility.