Donald Trump's Doctor: President in ‘Very Good Health’

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President Trump is "in very good health" and expected to remain healthy for "the duration of his Presidency, and beyond", the president's doctor reported Friday following a physical exam that lasted almost four hours and included 11 specialists.

The details of Trump's health were announced after the President's annual exam in a memo written by Dr. Sean Conley.

The Marine One helicopter returned the 72-year-old head of state to the White House from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in the Washington suburb of Bethesda after a full four hours of prodding, poking and testing.

Last year, President Trump received a glowing bill of health from his then-physician Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, who noted the President's "excellent health" and "incredible genes" in a briefing with reporters.

Dr. Conley released no details about what a team of 11 specialists had found in the course of a four-hour examination of Mr. Trump. He specified that the president was not under sedation or anesthesia at any point during the exam.

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Trump's physical exam past year found him to be one pound short of the criteria for obesity, and a diet and exercise regimen was created for him to follow.

Jackson's assessment of the President's health came under fire from medical professionals, including from within the White House's medical unit. Trump's hearing was not tested; Jackson said he ran out of time.

Trump has admitted he has not hewn closely to his diet plan.

CNN cited another source as saying that the President still orders fast food to be delivered to the White House and enjoys well done red meat dinners. But it is a curious inclusion for a president whose past doctors seemed to have felt compelled - or in Bornstein's case, claims he actually was compelled (he says Trump literally dictated the letter) - to paint as optimistic a picture of Trump's health as possible. Nor has he been known to enter the White House gym for a workout.

"The president received a diet and exercise plan..."