Jerry Jones, owner of American football team, Dallas Cowboys, has said he isn’t worried about Donald Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosi as he’s “very confident” POTUS will get through it all just fine.
Jerry Jones on Friday said he’s pretty sure Trump will still be able to do his job effectively over the coming days.
“No one in the world has the ability to handle this COVID any better than the office of the President of the United States,” Jerry told 105.3 The Fan.
“I’m very confident that he’ll be able to continue governing. I’m sure that he has anticipated this. Knowing him, he’s the hardest worker you’ve ever seen,” he added.
Recall that Trump had announced Thursday night that he and Melania tested positive for the coronavirus and have already begun quarantining.
Trump is said to be only experiencing “mild” symptoms and he, too, seemed confident he’d beat the virus, adding in his official announcement, “We will get through this TOGETHER!”
Jerry and Trump have been friendly for years, so Jones’ support for the president comes as no surprise.
Others in the sporting world, however, haven’t been so sympathetic. Reggie Bush floated a conspiracy theory Friday morning that the positive test was “all a game and it’s all a reality TV show.”