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President Trump’s doctor said Trump is not currently on oxygen, but would not say whether he ever received oxygen since his COVID-19 diagnosis.

USA TODAY

Doctors appeared before reporters outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Sunday morning to update the public on the status of President Donald Trump’s health after testing positive for COVID-19.  

White House physician Sean Conley said the president is improving and, later in the day, Trump showed his progress by waving to supporters from the back seat of an SUV as it drove by a demonstration. 

But even as Trump and his doctors say he may be discharged as early as Monday, some health experts are troubled by details of his condition and treatment. 

Here are five takeaways from Sunday’s news conference. 

Donald Trump, on dexamethasone, may be discharged ‘as early as tomorrow’

Dr. Brian Garibaldi: We did initiate dexamethasone therapy and he