WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump´s White House physician declared him in "excellent health" after the president received his first medical checkup at Walter Reed military hospital on Friday, undergoing a physical examination amid suggestions in a recent book and by his detractors that he´s mentally unfit. Dr. Ronny Jackson, in a statement released by the White House, said the examination "went exceptionally well. The President is in excellent health and I look forward to briefing some of the details on Tuesday." Trump spent about three hours at the medical facility in Bethesda, Maryland, outside Washington, for the Friday afternoon checkup,
Comments: Meanwhile, Dems are on artificial life support.
First, the congnitive assessment was done, I´m sure. Second, if you people want to see the ´vigorous workout´ done by Barack, you can find it on youtube. Do not watch the video of Barack if you are holding a drink of any kind in your hand. It will result in the destruction of your keyboard.
Watching Bathhouse attempt to throw a baseball tells you everything you need to know about his physical abilities. I would wager that the NBA players he often invited to the White House had a great laugh in the locker room afterwards. They no doubt wondered why he kept staring at them too.
And yet, not a peep of curiosity by the media about Hillary literally being thrown into her Scooby van even though they just “knew” she was going to win the election. Her physical fitness to serve was of little importance to them. What hypocrites! Pathetic creatures married to a failed democrat party with no ideas and nothing to offer Americans.
We have no idea what President Trump eats. The media makes a big deal about Diet Cokes and Big Macs. That is what the media does. Exaggerate. Even lie. Do we really fall for that? We didn’t used to around here.
MAGA Day today. While not surprised, great news the President remains in good health. I just may go get a triple quarter pounder today, no cheese, extra pickles and wash it down with a large diet coke.
And lefties, you might try the burger and diet coke thing, too. But, not sure how you can deal with the mental disorder part - perhaps if you come to our side it will go away?
I suspect that the president eats what he likes, what makes him happy not the latest must eat, superfood, diet fad that the health Nazis are promoting on any given day (and which is constantly changing). And I think attitude, outlook, satisfaction play a large role in general health. The mind-body connection. That and genetics. So, carry on, Mr. Trump, we´re not tired of winning yet.
I´ll bet you would never hear a health report like that about Hillary or Barack Hussein Obama. For the President´s height I would like to know his weight. President Trump´s activity probably burns all the caloric intake of whatever he eats. I don´t believe the hyped fake stories about his bad diet. President Trump probably was seen consuming a cheeseburger and diet drink and the MSM produced fake news and took it to the wall. Maxine Waters can ´stay woke´ now with this good news.
Each and every body is different. I know two people, a husband and wife. They eat the same diet. Her cholesterol is fine. His LDL is off the charts, proving each body processes food differently. Genetics also play a major role.
Re #25, not sure how Toxic Jessica Tarlov stumbled onto this thread, but there is a remedy when she shows up on Fox:
Our remote. I have the fastest Mute Button finger in the West! Tarlov doesn’t even get a breath exhaled in our house… And when she’s on a program we’ve recorded, good ole Fast Forward sails past her - kapow!
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