The White House doctor resolves the controversy and reveals Trump's health[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2019/2/9 8:30 • 641 times read[/rtl]
(AFP) - US President Donald Trump went to the Walter Reed military hospital in Washington on Friday to undergo tests that confirmed he had "very good genes," according to the White House doctor, following reports that Trump Today, he is undergoing a four-hour medical examination at a US Army Medical Center in Maryland, a routine medical examination conducted annually by the US president.
Tramp, 72, does not drink alcohol or smoke, but drinks plenty of Coca-Cola Light and has plenty of junk food.
White House psychiatrist Ronnie Jackson called Trump a "very good" man and did not face any cognitive disorders at the first medical examination a year after he took office.
At a news conference he confirmed Friday that Trump had "very good genes".
"He is able to assume his duties ... I think he will remain so until the end of his term and even a new term in the event of re-election."
With this result, the US president has moved away from the reserved and cautious attitude usually adopted by military doctors, but the only negative point in the medical report is that the 45th president must pay attention to his weight (108 kg and 1.90 cm) and exercise.