‘The story doesn’t add up’
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After Trump’s physician denied that the president had a stroke, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta questioned the whole scenario, saying, it didn’t add up.
The White House claimed that Trump just needed some routine tests. Dr. Gupta pointed out that the White House is actually equipped enough to run them; Trump didn’t have to go to the hospital.
He also noted that it was unusual especially because presidential physician Dr. Sean P. Conley rode to the hospital with Trump.
This was a very unusual visit. Dr. Conley got in the vehicle with the president — that doesn’t happen. Typically the physician, White House physician, is in a separate part of the convoy of the motorcade because they need to take care of the president if something were to happen, and then he’d be able to get to that vehicle. All these things just don’t add up.
So here we are, you know, and medical information is understandably very protected and so we may never know, but I think it’s safe to say several months later it still doesn’t add up.
What’s strange about the whole situation? The White House said what he didn’t have done, but why aren’t they telling America what he did have done?