President Trump Dismisses Fake News Rumors About his Health “It’s The media That Are Sick”

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President Donald Trump was going through a routine physical last weekend at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. President Melania Trump and some of his staff were expressing their concerns about his health based on vague media reports about Saturday’s trip to the hospital.

President Trump paraphrased his and his wife’s conversation to reporters. ¨I went for a physical, and I came back, during a cabinet meeting Tuesday when describing the doctor’s visit. My wife said, ‘Darling, are you Ok? What’s wrong? Oh, they’re reporting that you may have had a heart attack.’I said, ‘Why did I have a heart attack.””Because you went to Walter Reed Medical Center.” It is clear now that the President has not suffered a heart attack and the false news reports about the alleged ill health of the president are incorrect.

The White House gave a statement late Monday from the personal physician of the president, U.S. Navy Cmdr. Sean Conley. He said Saturday’s visit was “a routine, scheduled interim check.” was. He said that because of scheduling uncertainties, the “record’s travel.” was held. President Trump later said “it’s the media that are sick.”


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