After testing positive on Thursday for the virus that's killed over 200 thousand Americans, President Donald Trump went on a brief semi-hiatus from his favorite social media account: Twitter.
Other than a few videos and photos assuring that the President—who was choppered to Walter Reed Medical Center on Friday—was on the up and up, Trump's infamous Twitter feed was largely silent. Medical officials confirmed that Trump needed supplemental oxygen and has been prescribed dexamethasone, which the World Health Organization only recommends for those suffering the most severe symptoms.
But the President appeared to be back on Twitter Monday morning, tweeting no fewer than 20 times in five hours.
The tweets urged his supporters to vote, claiming a vote for Trump would be a vote for "RELIGIOUS LIBERTY," "LAW & ORDER," and the "STRONGEST EVER MILITARY."
The President's all-too-familiar Twitter loquacity generated reactions across the internet.
Some speculated that Trump wasn't writing the tweets at all.
Others thought the President's medications were kicking in.
The President's health has been the subject of fervent speculation after White House officials declined to go into specifics about his condition beyond confirming his oxygen treatments and which drugs he was taking.