Your Favorite President is out, he’s on the loose.
He’s dancing like a maniac.
— Brian Clowdus (@BrianClowdus) October 13, 2020
Anderson Cooper was not happy that the dancing broke loose.
— Jonah Rodriguez (@BookofJonah) October 13, 2020
It’s possible that he was misdiagnosed with coronavirus and actually he had discovirus.
President Trump held an hour-long rally in Sanford, Florida, on Monday, his first trip from the White House since his COVID-19 diagnosis. Shortly before his rally, the president’s physician announced he tested negative for the virus.
“I am so energized by your prayers and by your support … and here we are!” the president said, to chants of “We love you” from his supporters.
The president joked that he felt so “powerful” and “immune” that he might “kiss” everyone in the audience.
“I went through it. Now they say I’m immune,” he said, although it’s not clear who has said that. “I feel so powerful I’ll walk into that audience. I’ll walk in there, I’ll kiss everyone in that audience. I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful woman and the — I’ll just give you a big fat kiss.”
He also offered rare words of sympathy to Americans who have lost loved ones during the pandemic.
“Sympathies from all of is to those people whose family members have died,” he said.
Yeah, sympathies to those theoretical people, who probably do not actually exist.
I’ve yet to meet a single person whose family member died of the virus.
In fact, I’ve yet to meet a single person who knows a single person who knows a single person whose family member died of the virus.
Here’s the full rally.