Piers Morgan quick to point out Trump’s doctor’s mistake with Twitter taunt

MEDIA meddler and big mouth broadcaster, Piers Morgan, was again quick to point out a mistake by the doctor looking after his former friend, US President Trump.

The love him or hate him loud mouth took to his Twitter to share a copy of a White House memo where the physician corrects himself forgetting his timeline wrong with regards to the President’s current health situation.

Morgan’s post read – BREAKING: “President Trump’s doctor says got all his timings wrong – seriously??? – and Trump was first diagnosed with covid on Thursday evening. Perhaps he could also clarify when the President first knew key members of his staff had tested positive?”

Sean P. Conley, the physician to the president said in his memo,

“This morning whilst summarizing the President’s health, I incorrectly used the term “seventy-two hours” instead of “day three” and “forty-eight hours” instead of “day two” with regards to his diagnosis and the administration of polyclonal antibody therapy.”

He added, “The President was first diagnosed with COVID-19 on the evening of Thursday, October 1st and had received Regeron’s antibody cocktail on Friday, October 2nd.”

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