By Tiffany Williams –
A day after President Donald Trump was hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center after being diagnosed with COVID-19, supporters of the President on Saturday drove from Plymouth, MA. to Nashua, NH in support of his re-election campaign.
The rolling rally made its way up I-495 to Nashua where supporters of the President gathered with Trump flags and signs.
On Saturday night, Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff explained in an interview with Fox News that on Friday the President’s oxygen level had “dropped rapidly” and the President also had a fever.
Meadows also said he was “very, very optimistic” after Saturday’s update about the president as he recovers at Walter Reed.