Trump Had His Physical With The Navy Doc, And The Preliminary Results Are In.

Mockarena, Co-Founder

And wouldn’t you know it, he’s in “excellent health.”

President Trump’s physical with Navy doctor Ronny Jackson will be described in what I anticipate will be excruciating detail at a press conference on Tuesday, but in the meantime, Dr. Jackson issued his initial assessment of the president, describing his health as “excellent” and saying that his first assessment of the president went “exceptionally well.”

Raise your hand if you’re surprised by this.

This wasn’t just a meet and greet visit. It was a three hour physical at Walter Reed.

As you know, a ridiculous number of leftists have been insisting that there’s something wrong with Trump. And granted, this physical didn’t include a mental evaluation, because that’s not a thing that sitting presidents are generally expected to submit to.

A couple months before the 2016 election, Trump released a letter from his personal doctor, Harold Bornstein, who also said Trump was in excellent health. In fact, you could even see why Trump liked Bornstein – who said in that letter, “If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.”





Anyway, Trump seems to be in good health, which is a far cry from what we’d probably be saying at this point if Hillary Clinton were president, seeing as how she can’t even step into a van without passing out.

I’m just saying.

In case you’re interested, Dr. Ronny Jackson is a rear admiral in the Navy, and was deployed in Iraq prior to becoming the official White House doc back in 2006.  That means he’s served in 3 administrations now – for GWB, Obama, and Trump.