By Tim Darnell, Atlanta Journal-Constitution #local-all (CNT)
On his first morning back at the White House after a three-day hospitalization for coronavirus treatment, President Donald Trump resumed his Twitter barrage with attacks on Democratic opponent Joe Biden, the man who hopes to ascend to the Oval Office in less than a month.
On Monday night, Trump tweeted a new video taped after he returned to the White House in which he told the American public not to be afraid of COVID-19, which has killed more than 210,000 people in the U.S. and more than a million worldwide.
In the message, Trump said he has “learned so much” about the virus he contracted. And he said: “Don’t let it dominate. Don’t let it take over your lives.”
Even though he is not yet cleared by doctors to return to the campaign trail, Trump launched another round of social media attacks on Democrats.
On Tuesday morning, Trump tweeted another message about the coronavirus.