Trump’s physician hopeful he could return to White House as soon as tomorrow despite two drops in oxygen levels

President Donald Trump’s physician, Navy Cmdr. Dr. Sean Conley, said Sunday morning that the President has had at least two concerning drops in oxygen levels, but is doing well and he is hoping Trump could be discharged as early as tomorrow from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.



a man talking on a cell phone: WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 02: U.S. President Donald Trump leaves the White House for Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on the South Lawn of the White House on October 2, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for coronavirus. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)


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WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 02: U.S. President Donald Trump leaves the White House for Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on the South Lawn of the White House on October 2, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for coronavirus. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Some seven months into a pandemic that has killed more than 209,000 Americans, the nation is now facing a grave governing crisis with its commander in chief hospitalized — his condition hinging on his progress over the coming days — as the White House events of the past week serve as a textbook example of how not to handle a deadly virus.

Late Saturday night, the public learned new details about why Trump was airlifted to the hospital Friday, when chief of staff Mark Meadows said during an interview with Fox News that Trump had a fever on Friday morning and his oxygen level had “dropped rapidly.” Meadows added that Trump has made “unbelievable improvements from yesterday morning.”

A memo from Trump’s physician earlier Saturday night said that Trump had “made substantial progress” since his diagnosis but “is not yet out of the woods.”

Speaking from a White House that already has a huge credibility problem with the public, Meadows’ statement capped a 24-hour period that served as a master class in opacity and contradiction that raised major questions about the President’s health — and renewed questions about this administration’s ability to tell the truth.

Trump has been watching and critiquing coverage of his hospitalization from the presidential suite at Walter Reed and has been agitated at what he claims are exaggerated descriptions of his condition, people familiar with the matter said.

Those people told CNN that Trump seemed particularly upset when he saw a quote saying he was displaying “concerning” symptoms on Friday attributed to a person familiar with his health but later assigned by the New York Times and Associated Press to Meadows.

The comment about the President’s vitals hinted that his condition was more worrisome than his doctors let on. But the President’s aversion to appearing weak and sick is now what is driving the effort to project resolve, including a video he tweeted from Walter Reed on Saturday, the photos released by the White House of him working and the multiple accounts of phone calls where he sounded strong by his allies and family members.

For much of this year, Trump has spun an alternate reality about the dangers of coronavirus — disputing science and the efficacy of masks, downplaying the risks to the American people, and making false statements about how 99% of coronavirus cases in America are

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Mind Your Garden — The Seeds You Plant Today Become the Realities of Tomorrow

Successful entrepreneur Coach Tony Taylor shares his secrets in the shortest, most colorful, powerful personal growth book ever to hit the market

OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — It’s not every day that a successful self-made entrepreneur coming from nothing, is willing to share his secrets in an easy-to-read book that shows you how to achieve your dreams. 

“I believe we are here to be a contribution to one another. I hope my book will teach people how to create a life they truly love to live,” said Mind Your Garden author and life coach Tony Taylor.

“The less time we spend judging, being jealous and all the other stuff that robs us of our energy, the more we can focus on what really matters in life. I literally came from nothing and it took me more than 30 years to discover the secrets that have worked to fulfill my dreams.”

“I’m revealing it all in a five story series beginning with Mind Your Garden, which is a concise colorful 38-page cartoon illustrated book designed to be read and reread,” said Taylor.

His mother was a single parent and couldn’t afford to send him to college but he somehow made it.  He has his a MBA with an emphasis on marketing and is currently enrolled in a master’s program in divinity. 

“I am constantly hungry for information that can help stuck people become unstuck,” said Taylor.

Besides being a life coach, he owns several businesses, cares for his 77 year-old mother, who resides with him and his husband of nine years along with their three fur-babies.

“I didn’t know that a person coming from my background could have the ability to create anything that they wanted. I have learned through the years that what you think about, you bring about. In my first story I want everyone to understand that thoughts are an important foundation of getting what you want in life,” said Taylor.

This colorful story illustrates how to turn your thoughts into actions, so you can achieve what you want to be creating in the world. There are many 250+ page personal growth books out there but Taylor has created the smallest version, inspired by children’s books, that tells a story in a fun way.

The ultimate goal of the book is to let people tap into their potential and live a life they really love. The reason Taylor became a life coach is because when he looked around, he saw people resigned and stuck within the status quo.

“They’ve stopped asking questions, stopped challenging themselves and just settled into a boring existence. We all have ceilings made of glass. This book is about breaking through the ceiling. The more you dream, the bigger your actions and the more you’ll get out of life,” said Taylor.

The character in the book is Daniel, who’s always hurting people by being mean even though he doesn’t want to be that way. When he realizes that it’s possible

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