White House physician Navy Cdr. Sean Conley on Friday (local time) announced that President Donald Trump is enjoying a "very good health".
"I am happy to announce the President of the United States is in very good health and I anticipate he will remain so for the duration of his presidency, and beyond," The Hill quoted Conley as saying.
The statement by the White House physician came after President Trump underwent a health check-up at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Conley, meanwhile, provided no further details into the health reports of the US President, adding that the medical records are "still being finalised," recommending that more information in the matter would be released later.
President Trump participated in roughly four hours of medical exams performed by Conley and "a panel of 11 different board certified specialists" at the Medical Centre on Friday afternoon.
This is the second time when Trump had undergone medical exams after holding the Presidential Office. The last time he went through such medical checkups was in last year, under the supervision of the then-presidential doctor Navy Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson, who declared Trump to be in pristine health.
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