With his White House doctor clearing him for ‘public engagements’ starting on Saturday after treatment for the Coronavirus, President Donald Trump said Thursday night that he was hoping to hold a comeback rally in Florida on Saturday, followed by a stop in Pennsylvania on Sunday.
“I feel so good,” the President said in a Fox News telephone interview with Sean Hannity.
Hannity pressed the President on whether he had tested negative for the Coronavirus - but like reporters asking the same questions at the White House - there wasn’t really a direct answer provided.
“Probably the test will be (Friday),” the President said, “since there’s no reason to test all the time.”
It wasn’t immediately clear where the President might hold a rally in Florida, but Vice President Pence was already scheduled to hold events in Orlando and the Villages on Saturday.
“I think I’m going to try doing a rally on Saturday night if we have enough time to put it together,” Mr. Trump said.
“But we want to do a rally probably in Florida on Saturday night. Might come back and do one in Pennsylvania, the following night,” President Trump added.
The President has not held a campaign rally since September 30, the day after his first debate with Joe Biden, when Mr. Trump gave a shorter than usual campaign speech in Minnesota.