White House physician report says Trump 'remains healthy'
The president recently completed a regimen of hydroxychloroquine.
June 3, 2020 - 3:08pm
The White House physician on Wednesday certified that President Trump "remains healthy" as he nears his re-election bid, a key component of chief executives hoping to tout their on-the-job vitality during an election season.
The report listed nothing unusual about Trump's health condition, stating that standard medical markers such as blood pressure, thyroid function, cholesterol and blood counts were all normal.
The executive physician, Dr. Sean Conley, noted that the president recently finished a regimen of hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure when several White House aides tested positive for COVID-19.
Trump "completed the regimen safely and without side effects," and he continues to test negative for the disease, Conely wrote.
“Overall the President continues to benefit from a multi-disciplinary care team in assessing and promoting his health and wellness as he carries out the duties of the Presidency,” the doctor also wrote.
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