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JWeinCom said:
This timeline... is not adding up.

On average, symptoms develop 4-5 days from exposure, and start out mild. Trump is hospitalized within 24 hours, which doesn't seem like a decision that would be made lightly.

If Trump was tested every day, then the most likely scenario is that he first contracted it on Wednesday. Tuesday seems the earliest. The tests could have been false negatives, or maybe the viral load wasn't enough for a positive test till Thursday night. Maybe he just wasn't actually testing all that often.

Even if we assume Tuesday was the exposure date, within 3 days he was in the hospital receiving an experimental treatment.

Either he didn't get it when he says he did (which means he was even more careless than we were led to believe), or this case is progressing way faster than usual. Which... would not be a good sign.

I think this is far worse than we're being led to believe.

A poster here a while ago (some hours) said his symptoms are mild.

However I just went to a read a news paper, and it said inside sources have claimed that he is actually very tired, and has trouble breatheing.
And was supposedly rushed to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.  Which doesn't sound like mild symptoms.

Also your right, if he was just tested positive, and they caught it early on, its odd to say the least that he would get so sick so fast.
Either they dont know when he got it, or his body is not doing a good job fighting off this virus.

The good news is he's not doing the Bullcrap non working treatments he himself promoted to others (hydroxychloroquine).
Hes getting Remdesivir, and doesnt need full time oxygen or such yet.