President to continue work from a “special suite” at Walter Reed military hospital near DC
Update (6:30 PM Eastern): President Trump walked unassisted from the White House to Marine One.
Update: Below is a feed of Marine One waiting to pick up President Trump to deliver him to Walter Reed:
President Trump is scheduled to spend the next several days at Walter Reed Military Hospital near D.C. as a precautionary measure, according to the White House.
A dedicated special suite will be provided to the president so he can work remotely.
Footage of Marine One arriving at the White House has already surfaced online:
The decision to move Trump was made by his doctors “out of an abundance of caution,” said White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
Earlier Friday, Trump’s physician, Sean Conley, said the president took a Regeneron antibody cocktail and was “fatigued but in good spirits.”
“President Trump is likely going to stay in Walter Reed hospital for several days, per physician guidance,” said OANN’s Jack Posobiec. “[The White House] adds he will be working from the hospital.”
This story is developing.