President Trump took the stage in Sanford, Florida, tonight for his first rally since testing positive for coronavirus.
Trump tossed packaged face masks into the crowd as he walked to the podium. Trump was not wearing a mask. Most of the supporters directly behind him were wearing masks but most attendees at the venue were not wearing masks.
“Hello everybody, hello Orlando, hello Sanford… it’s great to be back," Trump said.
“It’s a lot of people," he said of the crowd, criticizing Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's rally size.
“I am so energized by your prayers and humbled by your support. We’ve had such incredible support, and here we are,” Trump roared.
Earlier today, White House physician Sean Conley said Trump has tested negative for Covid-19 on consecutive days.
The White House still has not revealed the last time Trump tested negative prior to his positive diagnosis, offering varying justifications for withholding that information.
Trump is "not infectious to others," Conley added.
The doctor's assessment came moments after the President was seen boarding Air Force One without a mask on his way to the rally.