US President Donald Trump Begins Annual Physical Exam

Monday, 18 Nov, 2019

President Donald Trump was at Walter Reed National Medical Center on Saturday for what the White House said were medical tests as part of his annual physical.

The White House did confirm the President's visit to Walter Reed Medical Center earlier in the day, saying it was so that he could get his 2020 exam finished early while President Trump has a free weekend.

Donald Trump is heading again to Britain once more days earlier than the overall election and can meet the Queen - his third go to in simply over a yr, the White Home revealed as we speak. That man works from 6 a.m. until very, very late at night.

Trump has faced large-scale demonstrations on his two previous visits to London as president. The unscheduled visit sparked off speculation, innuendo, and the inevitable memes on social media, with some of his critics losing no opportunity to ridicule a President who is not popular outside of the American heartland.

The statement was contradicted by a report from Andrew Vernon, an opinion columnist at The Hill, with his sources in the White House telling him that Trump was sent to hospital with "chest discomfort".

In a tweet, Grisham decried the questions as irresponsible.

"Those are truly some of the best doctors anywhere in the world", Trump wrote.

He underwent a full physical examination at the Walter Reed military hospital in February, and was deemed to be in "very good health overall".

Earlier this year, the security general warned a "serious cyber attack", such as the one that brought down NHS hospitals in 2017, could trigger a response from all North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries.

A White House statement said: "Seventy years after its founding, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation remains the most successful alliance in history, guaranteeing the security, prosperity and freedom of its members".

Trump's last checkup in February, 2019 showed he had gained weight in office.

Most of his Democratic rivals for next year's presidential race are also aged 70 or over, and personal health concerns have become a talking point on the campaign trail.