WATCH: Donald Trump Jr. gives health update after testing positive for COVID-19

By 1010 WINS

On Friday, it was revealed Donald Trump Jr. had tested positive for COVID-19.

While quarantining after receiving the positive diagnosis, the 42-year-old posted a video to Instagram questioning if the result was a false positive since it's "odd" that he's asymptomatic.

President Trump's eldest son also sought Netflix and e-book recommendations from his 4.2 million followers.

''Apparently I got the 'rona," Trump Jr. says. "You wouldn't know it, based on anything that I have felt or have seen. I guess I've been totally asymptomatic. But out of an abundance of precaution, I'll be quarantining, I'll follow the regular protocols, take it seriously -- no reason to do otherwise."

He explained, "I only got tested because I was supposed to take a father-son trip with my son after basically being on the road for a few months, so wanted to get tested out of an abundance of precaution, and tested positive."

"No symptoms, nothing, it's a little bit odd," he added. "Maybe it's a false positive, maybe not, but I'll follow the protocols and take a little bit more time."

President Trump on Saturday morning gave a brief update on his eldest son/

A spokesperson for Trump announced his diagnosis on Friday, saying, "Don tested positive at the start of the week and has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result. He’s been completely asymptomatic so far and is following” medical guidelines.

Earlier this year, the Trump offspring's father and girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle tested positive for the potentially-deadly virus.

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