NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 04, 2020
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(Walter Reed Medical Center: Kelly O'Donnell) The troubling accounts about Trump's health reviewed. [In video message, TRUMP - says he will make a surprise visit.] [Outside, president's physician Dr. Sean CONLEY, Dr. Brian GARILBALDI@- speak about the treatment & he may go home tomorrow.] [Voice of chief of staff Mark MEADOWS - expresses concern about Trump's health issues.] [Yesterday, CONLEY - says he was not on oxygen.] [In video from the hospital, TRUMP - says he has learned a lot about COVID.] [Today, CONLEY - says he was trying to reflect the president's attitude: we were not hiding things.] The criticism of the Trump drive-by discussed.
(Studio: Kate Snow; no location given: John Torres) The questions about Trump oxygen level & the unusual steroid treatment discussed.
(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.
(Washington: Geoff Bennett) The tracing of the outbreak linked to Trump's travel schedule examined; details given about his"body man" Nick Luna, who tested positive after travelling with Trump, the contact tracing after the last fundraiser after Hope Hicks tested positive & about last Saturday's Rose Garden event. [NBC's Dr Nahid BHADELIA@- talks about the contacts.] [Ohio governor Mike DeWINE - says they did not reach out.] [On Saturday, president's physician Dr. Sean CONLEY - says we worked with the CDC.] The CDC tracing process discussed.
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