Coins commemorating President Donald Trump, a COVID-19 survivor, are now available to book at an online gift shop.
The $ 100 “Trump Defeats COVID” coins are sold on the White House Gift Shop website, which 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. He described the COVID-19 coin as the latest in a series depicting “the rise of President Trump and the defeat of the deadly COVID pandemic.”
“When we heard the sad news of President Trump’s positive COVID test, we had faith again and prayed, but we knew our president would find a way to eliminate COVID in the first rounds of this battle,” Giannini wrote. “President Trump, as you know, is a boxing fan, and the new design includes more than a handful of quality superheroes to the brightest president of all time.”
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The commemorative coin was put up for sale before the president left the hospital. Trump wrote Monday that he will leave Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at 6:30 p.m. EDT. He has been hospitalized since Friday.
“I feel wonderful! Do not be afraid of Covid. “Do not let him take over your life,” Trump wrote. “We have developed some great knowledge and drugs under the Trump administration. I feel better than I did 20 years ago.”
More than 210,000 people died from COVID-19 in the United States, and the president took drugs that were not available to many Americans, including Regeneron, which was also not approved by the Food and Drug Administration. such as remdesivir and dexamethasone.
Medical experts and critics remain unaware of how serious Trump’s COVID-19 case is and how much it could affect his presidency and campaign.
Many of his followers posted messages on social media on Monday suggesting that the president “defeated” the virus.
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Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley posted a Trump GIF throwing a celebratory blow into the air during a WWE event.
Others were less convinced. Former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman of R-New Jersey called the decision “irresponsible” and “shocking.”
“While he may not be completely out of the woods yet, the team and I agree that all of our estimates, and especially their clinical condition, support the president’s safe return home,” the White House doctor said. Sean Conley in a briefing on Monday.
The list of coins does not have a photo, but it is said that it will be sent on November 14. According to the website, 20% of the proceeds will go to COVID-19 for cancer prevention and research.
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Contribution: John Fritze