Questions Persist About Trump's Health After Second Dissembling Briefing : The NPR Politics Podcast The president has started a steroid and his doctor acknowledges that Trump has in fact received supplemental oxygen. His course of treatment suggests a severe case of Covid-19, though his team suggests he could be back at the White House as soon as tomorrow.

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Questions Persist About Trump's Health After Second Dissembling Briefing

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Questions Persist About Trump's Health After Second Dissembling Briefing

Questions Persist About Trump's Health After Second Dissembling Briefing

Questions Persist About Trump's Health After Second Dissembling Briefing

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The president has started a steroid and his doctor acknowledges that Trump has in fact received supplemental oxygen. His course of treatment suggests a severe case of Covid-19, though his team suggests he could be back at the White House as soon as tomorrow.

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