Sean Conley

The president is no longer a transmission risk to others, Dr. Sean Conley declared. Other experts disagree.
Americans are worried about their diseased president. He says he’s fine!
The president went barefaced despite his physician saying he was still contagious.
White House physician Sean Conley refused to discuss details of the president’s coronavirus infection and said he “may not entirely be out of the woods yet.”
Doctors at Walter Reed said the president's health is improving and he could be released as early as Monday to continue the remainder of his treatment at the White House.
The president, who is actively fighting COVID-19, wore a mask in the back of an SUV. A driver and a passenger were in the front seats with protective equipment.
Dr. Sean Conley, as a military medical officer, is bound to adhere to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which prohibits lying, an expert said.
The president has been administered dexamethasone as he battles a coronavirus infection, White House physician Sean Conley said Sunday.
Following months of peddling false information, the president attended at least one event after showing symptoms of COVID-19, putting an untold number of innocent people at risk.
Former Ebola czar Ronald Klain called a statement about the exam results "a disgrace."