2020 has been a strange and difficult year for Lebanon, as it has been for the rest of the world. But what’s been compelling about it is how many of Michel Hayek’s predictions are appearing to come true every so often.
“A delicate health emergency forces the president to adjust many of his programs,” the popular Lebanese clairvoyant had said back in December about the US section of his 2020 international forecast.
On Friday, President Trump announced that he and the First Lady of the US, Melania Trump, had tested positive for the virus.
Later, Trump emerged from the White House and was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in the state of Maryland.
There, he spent 3 nights under medical surveillance while receiving treatment.
While Trump’s attitude toward being infected has remained largely positive, evident from his upbeat tweets and statements, the very fact that he was taken to the hospital means that his case may be more “delicate” than might be obvious.
Trump reportedly experienced fatigue, fever, and trouble breathing after catching the virus, but reports suggested throughout his stay in the medical center that his case was not deteriorating.
Nonetheless, even after being discharged from the hospital, President Trump is still “not out of the woods,” according to his physician, and he will continue to receive medical care at the White House.
Needless to say, as apparently foreseen by Michel Hayek, this health emergency did force some adjustments onto the US President’s routines and plans.
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