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President Donald Trump resumes campaign ten days after Covid-19 disclosure

President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail today ten days after he disclosed testing positive for the Covid-19 virus.

His first campaign will be held at an airport in Sanford, Florida which will be his first campaign rally since testing positive for Covid-19.

Although he did not clarify that he has now tested negative, Trump stated that he has fully recovered and was no longer infectious.

With only three weeks left until the election on the 3rd of November, Trump will be holding a rally tomorrow in Pennsylvania, Iowa on Wednesday and North Carolina on Thursday.


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