President Trump received mostly the same treatment as anyone would get for COVID-19, except for one experimental drug and the speed of his care.


WASHINGTON – When President Donald Trump’s doctors delivered an update on their patient’s COVID-19 status Monday, the American public and scores of reporters were not the only ones hanging on every word. 

Russia, China and other foreign adversaries were listening too. And they have almost certainly deployed every tool in their spy kits – from human sources to eavesdropping –to determine how sick the president is and what it means for America’s national security posture, according to former intelligence officials and other experts.

“They are looking and watching,” said Carol “Rollie” Flynn, a 30-year CIA veteran who is now president of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, a nonpartisan think tank.

White House physician Sean Conley has come under fire for refusing to answer