President Donald Trump tested positive on Thursday for the virus that's killed over 200 thousand Americans.
On Friday, he was helicoptered to Walter Reed Medical Center to undergo treatment, where he received supplemental oxygen and the drug dexamethasone, which the World Health Organization recommends only to those experiencing severe symptoms.
Inexplicably, Trump announced that he'd be discharged from Walter Reed on Monday evening. This came after a weekend marked by Trump endangering Secret Service agents to wave at his supporters from a hermetically sealed car.
But being outside the hospital doesn't mean the President is out of the woods, or that things will return to normal.
According to reporting from Vanity Fair, the President's oldest son and most vocal defender—Donald Trump Jr.—is seeking to stage an intervention for the President, whom he believes is "acting crazy" amidst the diagnosis.
Citing anonymous sources, Trump Jr. has reportedly told his friends that he's urging Trump's daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump, as well as her husband and fellow White House advisor Jared Kushner to ally with him in confronting the President about his behavior.
The source reportedly said:
"Don Jr. has said he wants to stage an intervention, but Jared and Ivanka keep telling Trump how great he's doing. Don said, 'I'm not going to be the only one to tell him he's acting crazy.'"
The news garnered reactions across the internet.
They didn't let up.