Donald Trump declares himself practically cured of Covid. “I am immune. I can no longer catch the virus and I cannot transmit it”, announced the US president, plunging back into the electoral campaign.

But his self-certification does not clear away doubts about his real state of health: even if the attending physician stated that he “no longer risks transmitting” the coronavirus to others, it is not clear whether Trump is negative or not on the test. Simply because no one says it.

Meanwhile, the tweet in which he proclaims “immunized” is reported by Twitter because it “violates the rules” of the “platform on the dissemination of misleading and potentially harmful information on Covid-19”. Despite this, following Saturday’s mini-rally at the White House, Trump is preparing to get back on track in three key states for re-election ambitions: Monday in Florida, Tuesday in Pennsylvania and Wednesday in Iowa.

While his electoral campaign – criticized by the super expert Anthony Fauci for using without his consent some of his statements taken out of context – at this point also asks to reconvene the second televised debate with Joe Biden which, before being canceled, was on the calendar on October 15. criticism, even within his own party. While his electoral campaign – criticized by the super expert Anthony Fauci for using without his consent some of his statements taken out of context – at this point also asks to reconvene the second televised debate with Joe Biden which, before being canceled, was on the calendar on October 15.

While his electoral campaign – criticized by the super expert Anthony Fauci for using without his consent some of his statements taken out of context – at this point also asks to reconvene the second televised debate with Joe Biden which, before being canceled, was on the calendar on October 15. criticism, even within his own party.