After spending three nights at the Walter Reed medical center, United States President Donald Trump on Monday evening returned to the White House, where he will continue to receive treatment for the coronavirus, AFP reported. Trump had tested positive on October 2.

The president took off his mask for a photo-ops as soon as he reached his official residence, even as physician, Sean P Conley, had said earlier in the day that Trump was not “out of the woods yet”.

Wearing a white cloth mask and a navy blue suit, Trump gave several thumbs up and a fist bump as he walked down the hospital’s front steps toward his waiting helicopter. After landing on the South Lawn in Washington, he took an unusual decision and climbed up a set of stairs, instead of taking the elevators, to the first-floor balcony of his residence.

He then took off his mask and posed in salute before walking back inside.

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