Donald Trump left the White House late Friday afternoon, ending a 32-day lockdown by boarding Marine One to Camp David for a weekend with officials and promising to socially distance when he is there. The president took with him a group of senior officials. Departure: President Donald Trump stopped only briefly to answer questions from reporters as he left the White House for the first time since March 28. Reporters did their best to socially distance in an almost impossible environment as Donald Trump left for Camp David.
Hope Hicks, officially counselor to the president in her second time as a White House staffer, headed for Marine One with Jared Kushner and Dan Scavino, Trump's former golf caddy turned social media guru who was recently promoted to deputy chief of staff.
Hail to the chief: A Marine salutes as Donald Trump climbs the steps to Marine One for the trip to Camp David. Donald Trump has not been on Marine One since March 28, when he went to Norfolk, Virginia, to see off the USNS hospital ship Comfort as it was deployed to New York to help the crisis-hit hospitals system. Donald Trump and his entourage head for Camp David with a smaller than usual crowd to watch him go.