Donald Trump has gone on a massive Twitter rant in which he has claimed that California is "going to hell."

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Donald Trump has certainly ruffled some feathers in the past few weeks.

But his latest Twitter rant has us all shocked.

Now, the world was left shocked when Donald Trump and his first lady, Melania, tested positive for COVID-19...

And the surprising news came just over a week ago on the 2nd of October.

Trump tweeted this...

Though, at this time, he didn't give any further details regarding his and Melania's symptoms.

Immediately after his diagnosis, the President went into self-isolation...

And floods of well-wishes for him and the First lady began pouring in from all around the world.

But on the other hand, lots of angry and spiteful messages have been thrown at the pair following their diagnosis.

Will the president ever take this pandemic seriously?

But the main thing that has been concerning his followers is his age bracket.

Due to his age...

Seventy-four-year-old President Trump is actually in the high-risk category.

But the White House was quick to put many worries to rest.

Mark Meadows, the White House Chief of Staff, spoke at a live press conference where he stated that he is "optimistic the President will have a very quick and speedy recovery."

Meadows explained that the White House's core staff have all been tested for the virus...

And said that the President was "energetic" and in "good spirits", adding that he was "staying committed to working very hard on behalf of the American people" Apparently, the first question Trump asked him after his diagnosis was "how's the economy doing?"

However, Meadows may have spoken too soon.

Because, shortly after his statement, it was reported that the president had been admitted to the hospital.

He was transported to Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre.

This came after he received a cocktail of drugs as a "precautionary measure."

However, he gave off the impression that he was extremely unaffected by the virus.

And last weekend, Trump gave a video update from the hospital, in which he praised the "incredible" Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and revealed that he had "met some of the soldiers" and was planning a "surprise" visit.

But then, shortly afterward, Trump came forward with a shock announcement.

Taking to Twitter, he revealed that he would be discharged from the hospital later on that day.

The President tweeted this:

"I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!"

Now, telling a country to not be afraid of a virus that has killed 200,000 Americans is an extremely reckless thing to say...

And, of course, people were not happy with his choice of announcement, considering thousands of Americans losing loved ones to the disease.

It's vital for the president to stop downplaying the virus...

And to stop referring to it as a "blessing in disguise."

But things got worse as he made other shocking announcements about his health.

During a phone call with Fox Business on Thursday morning, the President revealed some details about his health, including the fact that he's a "perfect physical specimen..." and is now "immune" to COVID-19.

And it left us all speechless, that's for sure...

But it doesn't end there...

When he was asked if other people would get treatments he got while recovering, he said this:

“Yeah they’re going to get it," he said, then adding: “I’m back because I am perfect physical specimen and I'm extremely young, and so I am lucky in that way." If he's young, then I must still be a baby.

He continued:

“I don’t have any of the problems you hear about... Perhaps a couple of pounds here and there."

But that doesn't match his past health reports which placed him in the obese category.

His claim he also has no heart problems or diabetes contrasts the annual physical report released by White House physician Dr. Sean Conley back in June, just under four months ago which added him into the high-risk category. Yikes.

He made another false claim during the phone call in which he stated that when you contract the virus, you "just get better."

Not true, Mr. President. Over 200,000 Americans have died after catching COVID-19. He also added: “When you catch it, you get better, and then you're immune."

But the immunity factor still remains uncertain.

Scientists have not yet confirmed if this is the case, though they are hoping that it's true.

But out of everything he has said in the past few weeks, this has to be the worst.

In a disgusting Twitter rant, he told us all that California is "going to hell." And then casually added "vote Trump" at the end.

And New York wasn't any safer during the rant:

That's not all...

Illinois also got a mention:

This is just crazy.

This is our current President, ladies, and gentlemen.

Remember to cast your vote in November.