COVID-hit Trump back in hospital after drive to greet supporters

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    Donald Trump briefly left the hospital where he is being treated for coronavirus to do a drive-by for hundreds of his supporters gathered outside. One doctor working at the Walter Reed hospital said the irresponsibility of the move was astounding. Earlier, doctors treating the US president revealed his oxygen levels dropped briefly on both Friday and Saturday. Despite that, they say he could be discharged from hospital as early as Monday. Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Bethesda in the US state of Maryland. –

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