A concerned citizen was so thrilled to see the president drive by in Maryland that he declared he would gladly give up his own life, if it helps the president recover from the deadly disease.

One bystander openly expressed his strong support for President Donald Trump’s performance during his first term in the Oval Office, and even offered to sacrifice himself if it meant the incumbent would quickly recover from the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus.

“I will die for him, I will die for that man happily, I will die for him,” the man can be heard saying in the video shared on Twitter

He shouted blessings for the president and promised to defend him, if the opportunity arises.

“God bless our president,” he said. “Anybody want to mess with him, you mess with me first. He is a hero, that man.”

He then gave his blessings for the nation to recover from the CCP Virus.

“God bless America, God bless you guys, God bless the police, God bless you guys, thank you for your service,” he said.

The remarks came after the president decided to hold a motorcade to show his gratitude for Americans who waited outside while he was receiving medical attention at Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Bethesda, 8 miles northwest of downtown Washington.

“I really appreciate all of the fans and supporters outside of the hospital,” he said on Twitter. “The fact is, they really love our country and are seeing how we are making it greater than ever before.”

BL understands the president had obtained prior medical advice before conducting the motorcade, and directly returned to hospital afterward.

He is still upbeat about his experience, and believes it will provide valuable insight into the challenges patients face after they have been infected with the CCP Virus.

“It has been a very interesting journey, I have learned a lot about COVID [CCP Virus,]” he said in a video shared on Twitter. “This is the real school, this is not the ‘let us read the book school,’ and I get it and I understand it. It is a very interesting thing, I will be letting you know about it.”

White House physician Sean Conley separately clarified an earlier statement he made about the president’s health, and revealed exactly what medication he prescribed.

“The president was first diagnosed with COVID-19 [CCP Virus] on the evening of Thursday, October 1 and had received Regeron’s antibody cocktail on Friday, October 2,” he said in a statement. “While summarizing the president’s health, I incorrectly used the term ’72 hours’ instead of ‘day three’ and ’48 hours’ instead of ‘day two’ with regards to his diagnosis and the administration of the polyclonal antibody therapy.”