Thousands of President Trump's most earnest supporters arrived to his campaign stop in Michigan on Friday, but it was five nuns that snagged his attention.
While speaking to the crowd that rallied at Oakland International Airport in Waterford Township about his bout of COVID-19, Trump directly addressed The Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary from Hartland.
'Sisters, I wasn’t feeling too good,' he told the women, who arrived in religious habits and sat among others who carried 'Make America Great Again' signs and donned MAGA paraphernalia.
'And they gave me something called Regeneron,' Trump added. 'The next morning, sister, I woke up and it was like God touched my shoulder.'
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Five nuns from the The Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Hartland, Michigan, on Friday attended President Trump's campaign rally in Waterford Township
While speaking about his COVID-19 diagnosis, Trump told the group of nuns that 'The next morning, sister, I woke up and it was like God touched my shoulder
Dominican sisters of Hartland listen as U.S. President Donald Trump holds a campaign rally at Oakland County International Airport in Waterford Township, Michigan, on October 30
A total of five Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Hartland, Michigan, arrived to the campaign stop on Friday
Earlier this month, Trump revealed that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and soon after an outbreak overtook the White House.
He was transported via Marine One to Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and spent three days receiving medical treatment.
Throughout his stay, he and doctors presented an optimistic prognosis that was derailed when Mark Meadows, White House Chief of Staff, told reporters that his 'vitals were concerning.'
Doctors administered various treatments to Trump, including a dose of an antibody cocktail from the company Regeneron. The drug was recently side lined from vaccine trials over 'potential safety concerns.'
Trump has since returned to the White House, and has attempted to level his COVID-19 recovery as justification for previously flouting CDC guidelines and minimizing the pandemic. He called catching the virus a 'blessing from God.'
President Trump (pictured) told his crowd of supporters that 'it was like God touched my shoulder' after receiving an antibody cocktail treatment for COVID-19 while hospitalized in Maryland
The Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Hartland, Michigan, speak amongst themselves while attending President Trump's rally in Waterford Township
Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump cheer as Air Force One arrives to a campaign rally at Oakland County International Airport on Friday in Waterford Township, Michigan
The Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Hartland, Michigan find their seats for the Make American Great Again rally on Friday
The Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary traveled 20 miles to champion Trump, but it's not the first time nuns have showed support.
The habit began last Saturday when nuns with the Children of Mary Newark, Ohio, showed up wearing MAGA face masks and holding a Bible to his Circleville event.
During the rally, Trump also railed against Fox News Channel and made fun of Fox host Laura Ingraham for wearing a mask.
Ingraham was in a VIP spot because she is filming a special with the president for her show Friday.
'The crowds are much bigger, there's more enthusiasm, but Fox is the big difference,' Trump said comparing his 2016 run to this one. 'Somewhere along the line we lost Fox, but that's OK.'
Dominican Sisters of Hartland, Michigan, watch as US President Donald Trump arrives to speak at a 'Make America Great Again' rally at Oakland County International Airport,
This is the second group of nuns to attend Trump's campaign stops in just one week, after others showed up to his Circleville, Ohio, stop last Saturday
The president was angered recently when he saw that Fox News Channel, which leans more conservative, had been airing campaign events headlined by his rival, Democrat Joe Biden and one of Biden's top surrogates, former President Barack Obama.
The president had prefaced his