Trump was not treated for any immediate health concerns in Saturday’s test: doctor

Trump was not treated for any immediate health concerns in Saturday’s test: doctor

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday stated his medical checkup over the weekend was really routine, blasting media coverage of his unanticipated test and any speculation that there were problems with his health.

” I was out of there extremely rapidly,” Trump informed press reporters at the White Home at the start of a meeting with his cabinet in his very first public occasion given that his assessment on Saturday, including that it was “a really routine, physical.”

Trump’s see to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington was not on his official public schedule that day, and the White Home later said the president had actually gone through a fast test and some lab tests.

White Home Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham afterward stated Trump took benefit of a “free weekend” to get some of his annual test finished ahead of an expected “extremely busy 2020,” but provided no information.

Trump’s doctor, U.S. Navy Commander Sean Conley, in a memo launched by the White House late on Monday stated the president was not dealt with for any immediate or severe concerns and did not go through any customized heart or neurological tests.

The president’s unforeseen and unscheduled journey – months prior to the annual physical exam has been performed in the past – prompted concerns on social media about his health and a stern rebuke by the White Home.

Trump told press reporters Tuesday that he would go through the rest of the test in January.

Reporting by Steve Holland; Composing by Susan Heavey; Editing by Franklin Paul and Dan Grebler

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