Insane: CNN Doctor Says Trump Has Heart Disease Despite White House Doctor Saying Exactly the Opposite

Katie Pavlich
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Posted: Jan 17, 2018 9:10 AM
Insane: CNN Doctor Says Trump Has Heart Disease Despite White House Doctor Saying Exactly the Opposite

Yesterday White House Dr. Ronny Jackson spent nearly an hour answering questions about President Trump's health after conducting a physical at Walter Reed Medical Center last week. Johnson also examined President Barack Obama during his time in the White House.

Johnson made physical the results clear: the president is in excellent health and fit to serve. 

"His health is excellent right now," Jackson said. "He's fit for duty for the remainder of this term and another term if he is elected."

"All clinical data indicates that the President is currently very healthy, and that he will remain so for the duration of his presidency," he continued.

He presented every piece of data from the exam, holding nothing back at the request of the president and answered every question reporters had about the results. 

"One thing that really stands out to me is his cardiac health," Jackson said, adding that based on objective data, the president is far above average for his age.

But that hasn't stopped reckless speculation from the media, who continue to assume something is wrong with the president both physically and mentally. 

This morning on CNN Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who has never examined Trump, claimed he has heart disease. 

Gupta was at the press briefing yesterday and heard from Jackson directly about Trump's health, asking a few questions for clarification. He decided to make this claim anyway.

Two weeks ago, more than 100 psychiatrists claimed the president was mentally unstable, again without ever directly examining him. This of course violates the American Psychiatric Association's ethical standards, but they don't care. 

The American Psychiatric Association (APA) today reaffirmed its support behind the ethics guideline commonly known as “The Goldwater Rule,” which asserts that member psychiatrists should not give professional opinions about the mental state of someone they have not personally evaluated.

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