Trump to make medical exam public after slurring words, White House says

Trump to make medical exam public after slurring words, White House says

Trump to make medical exam public after slurring words, White House says

The Internet was set abuzz by the slurred speech at the end of Trump's speech on Wednesday, particularly the way he said "God bless the United States".

The White House has been trying to mask Trump's declining state by avoiding interviews with objective journalists and heavily managing his travel schedule, but reporters are beginning to ask the question that the White House doesn't want to face.

All this prompted many to speculate about Trump's dental or health problems, in what was rejected by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders who said that "the President's throat was dry, nothing more than that". Frankly pretty ridiculous questions.

Wednesday's incident came after persistent questions about his weight, mental health and whether he wears dentures.

During a press conference on Thursday, Sanders stated Trump will see a doctor at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in "the first part of next year", and the results will be released to the public, according to the New York Daily News.

President Donald Trump speaks during a Hanukkah reception in the East Room of the White House Thursday Dec. 7 2017 in Washington
Trump to make medical exam public after slurring words, White House says

Many on social media noted a Trump tweet rapping President Obama for holding a Hanukkah party days before the event.

At age 70 previous year, Trump was the oldest person ever to have been elected president.

It is the first time the White House has committed to releasing records about the president's health, something his predecessors did regularly.

It's hardly outrageous to think some will have questions about Trump's health given the circumstances.

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