“I had to do it.” Trump Recorded Appeal to Americans After Discharge from Hospital

US President Donald Trump tweeted a video message after being discharged from Walter Reed Hospital where he was being treated for coronavirus.

The American leader urged not to be afraid of infection and said that it would be possible to defeat it by joint efforts.

“As your leader, I had to do it. I knew it was dangerous, but I had to do it. I acted decisively, I was in charge, ”Trump said.

The head of the White House stressed that the United States has recently developed the best medicines and has the best equipment. He reminded that the virus should not be in control of human life, and promised that the American industry will continue to recover from the pandemic.

Recall that Trump announced the infection with the coronavirus on October 2. In addition, the president’s wife was infected. It is known that the adviser to the head of state, Hope Hicks, accompanied Trump in the election debate on September 29, as well as at a rally in Minnesota.