3:00 PM PT -- Well, looks like Trump will indeed hold a rally. His campaign team announced it'll go down Monday night at Sanford Orlando International Airport, one day after the prez self-diagnosed himself as not "contagious at all." He was supposed to have a rally there last Friday ... before his COVID-19 diagnosis. The campaign also said all attendees will get temperature checks and will be encouraged -- but not mandated -- to wear masks.
Trump's also reportedly going to speak in front of hundreds at the South Lawn of the White House Saturday. He's expected to address the attendees from the same balcony where he took off his mask for a photo op after he was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center.
President Trump says he feels "so good" and doesn't think he's got much of the coronavirus left in his system, so -- despite the absence of a negative test -- he's planning a rally Saturday night.
The Prez joined his buddy, Sean Hannity, Thursday night to discuss his condition and his aspirations ... to hold a rally in Florida ... barely a week after he tested positive for COVID-19, and then another in Pennsylvania Sunday.
Trump continues to suggest he's recovered from the virus thanks to all the great care he's received from his doctors, while seemingly ignoring health experts precautions and quarantining recommendations following COVID diagnosis. He's been in the Oval Office this week, despite most doctors saying a COVID-positive patient should be in self-isolation for at least 10 days, and given Trump's age and struggle with the virus ... as many as 20 days.
Trump didn't sound like he was cured when he was on Hannity's show Thursday night ... he was coughing during the interview. And, BTW, the high-dose of powerful steroids he received has all but certainly masked underlying symptoms.
And, there's this ... Trump's own doctors have been sketchy when it comes to revealing his condition -- they won't even say when he last tested negative -- so Trump has decided to be evaluated on TV Friday night by a Fox News contributor -- Dr. Marc Siegel -- who will conduct his own medical evaluation.