ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 05, 2020
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(Studio: David Muir; White House: Jonathan Karl) How we do not know when Trump was last tested for coronavirus with Conley offering information not true, how Trump wants to project the image of strength, how at least 18 White House staff members have tested positive with tough questions for Trump to come discussed; Trump re-shown walking to the car & that boarding Marine One.
(Studio: David Muir) Live discussion held with Brown University Dr. Ashish Jha about Trump's condition; scenes shown of Marine One taking off for the White House. [JHA - offers views on how the White House & the president's physician Dr. Sean Conley have been evasive, on his message to not be afraid of COVID: it is a serious disease, how Conley's "selective sharing" of information is baffling.]
(Studio: David Muir) The dramatic image of Marine One flying back to the White House reported; scenes shown of the helicopter in flight. [JHA - explains the special therapies Trump received in the hospital, on how the White House is a safe place to watch the president, on whether the Sept. 26 White House event was a superspreader, on how he should be isolated until next weekend.]
(Studio: David Muir; White House: Jonathan Karl) The unanswered about how many White House staffers have the coronavirus, the condition of First Lady Melania Trump, the reporting about Trump's discomfort leading him to be taken to the hospital, the criticism of the Trump motorcade, why Trump has long downplayed the dangers of the disease & now to himself discussed; scenes shown of the helicopter landing at the White House.
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