“His cardiovascular status is excellent.”
On December 4th the Trump campaign circulated a note about the candidate’s health. Dr. Harold Bornstein, Donald’s primary physician, wrote enthusiastically about Donald’s long term health outlook, even stating that Trump’s lab results and blood pressure were “astonishingly good.”
“If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual elected to the presidency,”
Trump will be 7o years old on Election day. Which could make him the oldest candidate elected for a first term. However, that title could also fall to Bernie Sanders who will be 75 during election time. Sanders has not chosen to share his health records at this stage in the election process.
Over the past 39 years, I am pleased to report that Mr. Trump has had no significant medical problems. Mr. Trump has had a recent complete medical examination that showed only positive results.
“Mr. Trump has suffered no form of Cancer.”
There’s just one thing though. Donald was medically disqualified from armed service duty during Vietnam. The Washington Post reports.
The ledger does not detail why Trump failed the exam — the Selective Service destroyed all medical records and individual files after the draft ended in 1973 and the military converted to an all-volunteer force.
In recent days, Trump, a Republican presidential candidate, and his campaign have said that he received the medical deferment because he had bone spurs in his feet. But rather than clear up all questions about why he did not serve in the military during the Vietnam era, they have given shifting accounts that are at odds with the few remaining documents in his Selective Service file.
Donald had deflected this question in the past, saying he had bone spurs but he could not remember in which foot. After questions arose at a campaign stop, Trump’s team released a statement stating that the candidate had suffered from bone spurs in both of his heels at the time of the draft.
Sounds like a bunch of bluster coming from the Trump Camp, again.