President Donald Trump is preparing to return to the campaign trail as early as next week, ABC News reports.
Trump was forced off the campaign trail after testing positive for the coronavirus last week and spending three days at Walter Reed Medical Center.
His infection prompted the campaign to scrap rallies scheduled in Florida, Wisconsin, and Arizona.
But his team is already working on a return to the trail, possibly as early as Monday.
The campaign is reportedly eyeing Pennsylvania as its first stop.
Campaign planning return tour:
The campaign is also planning to hit other states like Iowa, though Trump’s return is dependent on how he feels.
He has reportedly been itching to get back out on the campaign and wants to restart his rallies.
"Will be back on the Campaign Trail soon!!! The Fake News only shows the Fake Polls," Trump tweeted after he was released from the hospital.
Trump planning rally instead of debate:
Trump on Thursday said he would not participate in next week’s presidential debate after the debate commission said it would be held virtually.
His campaign said that Trump instead plans to hold a rally on the night of the debate.
“The Trump campaign says that despite the president contracting the coronavirus, no extra health precautions are set to be implemented at future events,” according to ABC News.