Transcript for Trump holds radio rally and goes on FOX News to assure he's in good health
We're going to switch it up now and turn to politics. In just a few hours, president trump will host his first in-person event and he plans to resume his rallies on Monday. Rachel Scott has the latest on both of the candidates. Rachel, good morning to you. Reporter: Dan, good morning. The president is pushing forward with an aggressive schedule as he makes his return to the campaign trail. The last time the president hosted a large-scale gathering at the white house, it was labeled a superspreader event, but today, just days out of the hospital, the president will be bringing hundreds of people together again. This morning, president trump gearing up to address hundreds of supporters from the white house balcony for the first time since testing positive for covid-19. I feel really good. I feel very strong. Right now I'm medication-free. I'm not taking any medications. Reporter: In a Fox News interview airing overnight promising he is in good shape. I have been retested and I haven't even found out numbers or anything yet, but I've been retested and I know I'm either at the bottom of the scale or free. Reporter: But with the white house still refusing to reveal when the president last tested negative -- We don't have that. I don't personally know. For medical reasons we're not revealing specifics. Reporter: There are lingering questions about his health, and the nation's top infectious disease expert says the last large gathering hosted at the white house turned into a superspreader event. We had a superspreader event in the white house. And it was in a situation where people were crowded together and were not wearing masks, so the data speak for themselves. Reporter: 34 people connected to the white house have now tested positive for covid-19. Some seen close together, even hugging at that rose garden ceremony without masks. Still the president has been itching to get back to normal. While infected with the virus returning to the oval office to work and over the last 48 hours doing a round of interviews with conservative outlets claiming he's cured. I can tell you it's a cure and I'm talking to you today because of it and, you know, because I think I could have been a bad -- I could have been a bad victim. Reporter: But that experiment Al antibody treatment the president is touting has only been given to about ten people outside clinical trial as according to the company and his asuccessment is at odds with his own health expert. You can't make the determination that that's a cure. Reporter: With the green light from his doctor, the president plans to be back on the campaign trail Monday with a rally in Florida. It comes as health officials link nine coronavirus cases to a September rally in Minnesota. Joe Biden's campaign calling those in-person events reckless. Good luck. Make sure -- I wouldn't show up unless you had a mask and were distanced. Reporter: But the two won't face off next week as planned. The second presidential debate officially called off. And when that debate called off each of the candidates will now be participating in competing town halls, Joe will be right here on ABC on Thursday and a member of the commission of presidential debates telling "The New York Times," this is the first time in seven decades that a presidential debate has been canceled going on to say that the real loser is the American voter.
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