President Donald Trump will undergo his second physical examination as commander-in-chief, but will do it without Dr. Ronny Jackson, who gave him a clean bill of health before controversy struck the physician previous year.
Conley revealed in a memo that he and a board of specialists evaluated the president for four hours with a series of tests. Conley is expected to stick to the more traditional medium of writing up the physical results in a brief document.
President Trump gives a thumbs up while walking on the South Lawn of the White House after arriving on Marine One on Friday.
Trump did not undergo any procedures requiring sedation or anesthesia, Conley reported.
Close to a dozen White House officials and insiders told CNN ahead of the exam that they do not think Trump has stepped into the White House residence fitness room.
Trump underwent his second physical exam as president at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in the Washington suburb of Bethesda, Maryland. Last year, everything from the president's cholesterol levels (high) to weight (too high at 239 pounds, or 108 kilograms) was released.
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While both sides are now being hit, the controversy kicked off last week when Democrats called for the resignation of Gov. Senate not to vote for then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh over uncorroborated allegations of sexual assault.
The president has considered golfing his exercise-though he navigates the course in a cart-but has not played for more than two months due to the government shutdown. His primary form of exercise is golf.
While observers may have rolled their eyes at Jackson's obsequiousness, Trump loved the performance and soon after nominated Jackson to be VA Secretary. He does not smoke or drink.
Trump daily takes a 10 mg dose of the drug Crestor to lower cholesterol, 81 mg of aspirin for cardiac health, and 1 mg of the drug Propecia for prevention of male pattern hair loss.
"The president received a diet and exercise plan..." He was seen eating steak, French fries and shrimp at his Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., and apparently ordered steak to be delivered to him at the White House.
After Trump's first exam as president, Dr. Ronny Jackson, a Navy rear admiral, declared Trump to be in "excellent health."