CNN just made an absurd prediction about Trump’s health
Donald Trump recently had a physical exam.
He was given a clean bill of health by his doctor.
But that didn’t stop CNN from trying to drum up hysteria with this outrageous prediction.
CNN’s Brian Stelter rolled his eyes during the 2016 campaign when Trump supporters questioned Hillary Clinton’s health.
Despite obvious evidence – like Hillary fainting after a speech was cut short and several coughing spurts – Stelter called these conspiracy theories.
Now, CNN is signing a different tune.
CNN’s resident physician, Dr. Sanjay Gupta declared Trump to be “borderline obese.”
And he took it a step farther predicting Trump could have a “heart attack or heart disease” while in office.
Since the Russia investigation has come up empty, CNN is now pushing the narrative that Trump is “unfit” for office.
At the President’s request, his doctor performed a cognitive abilities test.
“The White House briefing began with a readout of President Trump’s vitals from Dr. Ronny Jackson, who conducted the routine physical examination. “The president’s overall health is excellent,” Jackson said.
The bottom line: After the examination, Trump’s doctor is confident that the president will complete his term in the Oval Office “with no serious medical issues.” How is Trump healthy despite his diet and lack of exercise? “He has incredibly good genes. It’s just the way God made him.”
Trump requested a cognitive exam during the session. Trump scored 30/30 on a test of his cognitive ability — “The Montreal Cognitive Assessment” which screened for Alzheimer’s and dementia, among other illnesses. “I have no concerns about his cognitive ability,” Jackson said.”
In a normal environment, this would put the final nail in the coffin of rumors that Trump is “mentally unstable.”
But the fake news media is so consumed with Trump Derangement Syndrome that they won’t back down.
Here's how the next few hours will go. Trump supporters will say "Concerns about Trump's mental health were always absurd. Case closed now." The obvious response: "The Q's about fitness for office are serious. Someone could be sharp as a tack, but still unfit"
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) January 16, 2018