Donald Trump Jr. says he’s ‘Rona’ free, celebrating Thanksgiving

Donald Trump Jr. says he's 'Rona' free, celebrating Thanksgiving

Donald Trump Jr. declared that he was “Rona” free and preparing to spend Thanksgiving with his family late Wednesday, less than a week after he tested positive for the virus.

“Got to start our Thanksgiving a little bit early… I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to be cleared to be with my family but I got the medical OK. I’m all done with the Rona so @kimberlyguilfoyle and I made our back up plan meal today and are just going to double up on the Thanksgiving day feast,” he posted on Instagram.

“We hope that you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving,” he said in the post, complete with turkey emojis.

He and Guilfoyle, his girlfriend, also shared a video about their Thanksgiving plans.

“Happy to be healthy.  And we get to spend Thanksgiving the way it’s meant to be. So we weren’t sure if that was going to be the case. So KG and I bought enough for probably a Thanksgiving for six or seven just for us,” President Trump’s oldest son said.

He pointed to a table filled with turkey, ravioli, strawberry rhubarb pie and stuffing, which Trump Jr. said Guilfoyle made enough of to feed “97 people.”

“I went over the top,” she quipped.

“So we hope that you guys have a wonderful Thanksgiving and really just a blessed weekend,” he continued.

“God bless you and your families and stay healthy. We love you guys,” Guilfoyle said.

On Saturday Trump Jr. said that he was asymptomatic and in isolation.