Is Trump immune to Covid-19? POTUS trolled after Twitter flags misleading tweet: ‘Protective glow is make-up’

During a telephonic interview with a Fox News host, Trump said, 'I beat this crazy, horrible China virus' and added 'having really a protective glow means something'


                            Is Trump immune to Covid-19? POTUS trolled after Twitter flags misleading tweet: ‘Protective glow is make-up’
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President Donald Trump tested positive for Covid-19 on October 2 and since then concerns surrounding his health have been high. Even though he is back at the White House and has said he feels better, the concerns still remain. According to latest reports, POTUS, a day ahead of his return to the campaign trail on October 11, has claimed that he is 'immune' from the deadly virus, 

As reported by Politico, White House physician Sean Conley wrote in a memo on Saturday night, October 10,  that Trump has fulfilled the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s criteria for a safe return from isolation and is no longer at risk of spreading the virus to others. It came a day after it was announced by the Trump campaign that the president will be at a return rally on Monday, October 12, in Sanford.

During a telephonic interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on ‘Sunday Morning Futures’, Trump said, “I beat this crazy, horrible China virus.” He also said, “It looks like I’m immune for, I don’t know, maybe a long time, maybe a short time. It could be a lifetime. Nobody really knows, but I’m immune.” In his interview, he said, “I even feel good by the fact that, you know, the word ‘immunity’ means something. Having really a protective glow means something. I think it’s very important to have that. To have that is a very important thing.”

He even tweeted, “A total and complete sign off from White House Doctors yesterday. That means I can’t get it (immune), and can’t give it. Very nice to know!!!”  But this tweet of his was labeled as “misleading” by Twitter. It was written, “This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules about spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19. However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the tweet to remain accessible.”



 

 

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Twitter users also weighed in on POTUS’s comments. One user alleged, “That “protective glow” on @realDonaldTrump is MAKEUP!!!!” Another said, “Yes, go to Florida and have your rally, you claim you had antibody therapy that makes you immune to Covid now, but the rest of us aren’t. You are a terrible role model and a hateful man.” Another tweeted, “Trump should absolutely be required to produce official positive and negative Covid tests. What his WH doctor pals say is not enough. Tests by independent recognized labs or Trump is not immune. Biden should stay away from further in person events with Trump & team.” A third questioned, “What to hell is this "protective glow" Trump is experiencing?” Another concurred, “Big [email protected] has a "protective glow". Question for Dr. Conley... is this protective glow something we can all get?  Was it a vaccine?”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

One social media user alleged, “That’s not what it is donald....”protective glow.” It’s the new, darker  orange makeup someone got you to mask your pallor.” One user said, “Trump flagged for false, misleading and dangerous tweet. Keep wearing your mask, washing hands, and keeping distance even if you’ve already had #covid19. We don’t know how long people may be protected from reinfection. Care about each other than yourself.” Another disbelieving Twitter user wrote, “Twitter flagged this tweet &I hope no one believes this.....trump was diagnosed 10-12 days ago. There’s no way they can call him immune this quickly. Once again, trump lies to Americans.”



 

 



 

 

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