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Giuliani Reportedly Receiving Treatment at 'Male Clinic' Gay Wellness Center
Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal attorney and the face of his legal challenges to overturn the presidential election results, claims to be doing well since having admitted himself to a gay wellness center in Marietta, Georgia after testing positive for COVID-19.
"Feeling well. A little sore, but overall very good," the former New York City Mayor tweeted Tuesday from the Male Clinic outside of Atlanta.
Giuliani, who has yet to address why he chose to seek medical care at a gay spa rather than in an accredited hospital, praised the care he was receiving.
"Very professional staff here. Doctors tough, but fair," he remarked. "Everyone really seems to know what they're doing."
"Some very novel forms of therapy," he added later in the day. "All appropriate protective equipment being used, thankfully."
Despite acknowledging later that he felt "exhausted" and "beaten up" by his battle with the Coronavirus, Giuliani expressed his eagerness to return to the courtroom as soon as possible.
"Anywhere but here, honestly," he wrote.
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