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The US President hopped off Marine One on the White House lawn and walked to the Truman balcony to pose for photos.
He removed his face mask, despite potentially still being infectious with Covid-19, and stood for several moments. He also gave a salute before turning and walking inside.
It's unclear whether he put his mask back on before entering the White House.
The moment was certainly a grand display after being treated for the coronavirus and receiving an experimental steroid treatment that has only been used for severe cases in America.
The President boasted that he felt better than he has in decades after getting round-the-clock care and also warned people not to take coronavirus too seriously.
Writing on Twitter before he was discharged, the Commander in Chief said: "Feeling really good! Don't be afraid of Covid. Don't let it dominate your life.
"We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs and knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!"
Trump copped a barrage of criticism for hopping in his Presidential SUV and doing a drive past the hospital to wave at his supporters at the weekend.
He was in the middle of getting treatment and his critics said it was inappropriate for Trump to not be quarantining while he's infectious.
Responding to the negative press of his theatrical drive, Trump wrote: "It is reported that the Media is upset because I got into a secure vehicle to say thank you to the many fans and supporters who were standing outside of the hospital for many hours, and even days, to pay their respect to their President.
"If I didn't do it, Media would say RUDE!"
The President has promised to hit the campaign trail very soon, however his doctors warned that his condition won't be properly known for a while.
Physician Sean Conley said: "That's why we all remain cautiously optimistic and on guard, because we're in a bit of uncharted territory when it comes to a patient that received the therapies he has so early in the course.
"We're looking to this weekend. If we can get through to Monday with him remaining the same or improving, better yet. Then we will all take that final deep sigh of relief."
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