White House ready for Trump’s Oval Office return, Meadows says

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  • Reuters published this video item, entitled “White House ready for Trump’s Oval Office return, Meadows says” – below is their description.

    White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said that President Donald Trump wanted to go back to the Oval Office a day after he was discharged from the hospital. “He wanted to go to the Oval yesterday,” Meadows said. “If he decides to go to the Oval, we got safety protocols there not only a PPE standpoint, but a ventilation standpoint in the Oval where we can actually work to that end as well.”

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