The White House warned that the opponents of the United States of America called them the use of President Donald Trump’s infection with the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19).
The American “Wall Street Journal” quoted National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien as warning Washington’s opponents against taking advantage of Trump’s hospitalization, and saying that the president is still in office.
O’Brien added that any attempt by opponents to take advantage of Trump’s hospitalization would be a “fatal mistake.”
“I think our opponents know that the United States government is steadfast, and that we protect the American people,” the US official told CBS on Sunday.
The “Wall Street Journal” quoted American officials as saying that no serious threats were recorded from the United States’ opponents after Trump was infected with Corona and was transferred to the “Walter Reed” military hospital in Maryland, which borders Washington.
On Monday, Trump left the hospital and returned to the White House, although his doctors confirmed that he had not yet recovered from the disease.