Donald Trump Goes To The Hospital And Makes His State Of Health Public

The White House clarified that the president's visit to the medical center has to do with his tight agenda in 2020, when he will face his re-election

The president also praised the doctors who treated him on Twitter.



President Donald Trump went to the hospital on Saturday night to undergo his annual health check. Although visiting the medical center generated doubts and rumors, on leaving the clinic the president posted the results on Twitter.

Trump announced that he had visited the Walter Reed Medical Center and directed high praise towards the doctors who work there. In the same tweet he alluded to the results of his annual analytics and boasted good health. “Everything very well (great!). It will be completed next year, ”he added.

Visited a great family of a young man under major surgery at the amazing Walter Reed Medical Center. Those are truly some of the best doctors anywhere in the world. Also began phase one of my yearly physical. Everything very good (great!). Will complete next year.

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 17, 2019

The White House also clarified in a statement that the president had undergone a rapid analysis. "In anticipation of a very busy 2020, the president takes advantage of a free weekend here in Washington DC to begin his annual physical exam," said press secretary Stephanie Grisham. "The president remains healthy and energetic without complaints," Grisham said.

The White House statement and the president's own message followed the expectation that had been created after Trump was known to have come to the medical center by surprise. In the agenda of journalists covering the White House these routine exams were not provided. Grisham herself denounced in the bird's social network the "irresponsible and dangerous rumors" that the reporters had spread.

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