Saturday was a day of medical exams for the president of the United States, Donald Trump, at the military hospital of Walter Reed, on the outskirts of Washington.
"The president remains healthy, as evidenced by his repeated full energy performances in front of thousands of Americans"
His last annual review had been carried out in February, but the tenant of the White House, 73, decided this time to anticipate it based on the electoral calendar, accord ing to the presidency.RELATED
"Anticipating a very busy year 2020, the president took advantage of a calm weekend to undertake his annual medical visit to Walter Reed," said his spokesman, Stephanie Grisham.
Her review on Saturday consisted of "a quick test and laboratory samples," the spokeswoman said.
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"The president remains healthy and energetic, without complaints, as evidenced by his repeated full energy performances in front of thousands of Americans several times a week," he added.
After the review of the beginning of the year, Sean Conley, a White House doctor, announced that Trump was 1.90, weighed 110 kilos and that his general state of health was "very good."
In 2018, Ronny Jackson, who was then the White House doctor, had announced, at a surprise press conference, that the Republican tycoon had "incredibly good genes."
"He is fit to carry out his duties. I think he will remain until the end of his term and even until the end of another term if he is reelected," he said, moving away from the usual reserve of military doctors.
Trump seeks re-election for a second four-year term in the general elections of November 2020.