Trump reports no symptoms Tuesday, president’s doctor says

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President Donald Trump had “a restful first night at home” after being discharged from Walter Reed hospital on Monday “and today he reports no symptoms,” Dr. Sean Conley said in a brief statement. Conley, the White House physician, said Trump’s doctors met with the president Tuesday morning in the residence and that his vital signs remain stable. Trump’s ambulatory oxygen saturation level is 95-97%. “Overall he continues to do extremely well,” Conley said. Trump went to Walter Reed for COVID-19 treatment and returned to the White House Monday night.
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