In an effort to appeal to God for the health of President Donald Trump and the first lady as they battle the coronavirus, the Trump campaign announced Sunday that they were inviting people to a “call to prayer.”
“Please join Lara Trump for a Call to Prayer tonight along with Pastor Paula White-Cain, Cisse Graham Lynch, Pastor Jentezen Franklin, Pastor Ramiro Pena and Bishop Harry Jackson,” read an email announcing the event, according to the Washington Examiner.
Join us tonight 5p.m. ET at https://t.co/PbMg3kLmKb as we lift up our President @realDonaldTrump and @FLOTUS in prayer!#CallToPrayer #WhiteHouse #PrayForOurPresident #PrayForOurFirstLady #prayer #Sunday pic.twitter.com/b7DrvhKa0d
— Paula White-Cain (@Paula_White) October 4, 2020
The Washington Examiner reported that White House physician Dr. Sean Conley has confirmed “Trump was given supplemental oxygen on Friday out of concern of ‘possible rapid progression of the illness,’ which the president was adamantly against. Conley said the president had a ‘high fever,’ and his oxygen saturation was dipping below 94%,” the Examiner noted.
Those closest to the president continue to say his health is progressing and that there are chances of him being released from the hospital on Monday.
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