They sell commemorative coins in the US for $100: “Trump derrota a COVID-19”

Donald Trump, United States's president.
By Alberto Barrera

The president of the United States Donald Trump left the Walter Reed hospital last night where he was admitted for contagion of COVID-19, but before leaving they announced the sale of coins that cost 100 dollars commemorating his survival of COVID-19.

The coins of “Trump derrota a COVID-19” are for sale in an online gift shop, but that is not affiliated with the White House.

The coin is part of a series designed by Anthony Giannini, President of the White House Gift Shop, who described the COVID-19 coin as the latest in a series illustrating "the ascendancy of President Trump and the defeat of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic virus", reported the American newspaper USA Today.

Trump disclosed last weekend on Twitter that he had tested positive for COVID-19, and was admitted to the military hospital, last night he returned to the White House removing his mask upon arrival at his official residence.

Giannini said that "we knew that our president would find a way to eliminate COVID-19 in the first rounds of this battle.", alluded to Trump's boxing fanaticism and that is why “the new design includes a touch of superhero qualities”.

The KRON channel of Fox San Francisco reported that the coins that Celebrate President Donald Trump's Apparent COVID-19 Survival Are Now Available For Preorder ".

After landing in the White House fields aboard Marine One, Trump cautiously climbed the steps of the South Portico, took off his mask and declared: “I feel good”, reported on its website the television channel.

While USA Today alluded that recent studies assure that "Trump is the largest disseminator of disinformation in the country", questioning the accuracy of the information.

Trump plays the 3 November a second term in the presidency and the polls reveal that he is below the preference of the voters than his opponent, Democrat Joe Biden.

Before leaving the hospital, Trump tuiteó: “I'll be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 p.m. Feeling really good! Don't be afraid of Covid. Don't let it rule your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs and knowledge. I feel better what does 20 years!”

In the United States, more than 210 1,000 people for COVID-19 and the president was administered medications that were not available to many Americans, including some regenerators such as "remdesivir and dexamethasone" that have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Many medical experts and critics are not sure how serious Trump's case is and how much it could affect his presidential duties., as well as his reelection campaign, US media reported.

While Hogan Gidley, one of the spokesmen for the Trump campaign, posted a GIF of Trump throwing a celebratory fist into the air at a public event, Former New Jersey Republican Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, less convinced, He said the decision to leave the hospital was considered “irresponsible” e “shocking”.

“Although I may not be completely out of the woods yet, the team and I agree that all of our evaluations, and most importantly your clinical status, support the safe return of the president home”, White House physician Sean Conley said in a briefing on Monday, published by USA Today.