Trump to receive routine medical exam next year, White House says

Trump to receive routine medical exam next year, White House says

Trump to receive routine medical exam next year, White House says

US President Donald Trump has called for calm and moderation in the Middle East, the White House said today, amid reports of clashes in the region following his decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Former President George W. Bush released his first medical records as president on August 4, 2001 and former President Obama released his records for the first time on February 28, 2010. But as Rachel noted on last night's show, there are some lingering questions not only about what he said, but also about how he said it.

Despite this, it seems as though Trump will be undergoing a physical exam in early 2018, according to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, per CNN. He ended by saying what sounded like "and God bless the United Shtesh".

Sanders' announcement came a day after some questions were raised about the President's health after he appeared to get a dry mouth and slurred his words toward the end of remarks he delivered on Wednesday. "Nothing more than that".

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"There were a lot of questions on that, frankly pretty ridiculous questions", Sanders said.

With that said, Trump, now 71, was the oldest newly elected president when he took office in January at age 70.

The health concerns were so prevalent that the White House announced that Trump will be undergoing a physical exam at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, the beginning of the year.

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

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