The Same Media Calling Doubts about Hillary’s Health a Conspiracy Theory, Questions Trump’s Health!

Raising doubts about Donald Trump’s health is an obvious strategy for those who want the President removed from office.

Showing no sense of shame or awareness of how obvious their hypocrisy appears, journalists are making an issue of Donald Trump’s health. Going by the rules they followed during the campaign for Hillary Clinton, the media should “investigate” Trump’s health by simply asking Trump’s entourage for a statement and report that statement as fact.

The Washington Examiner reports, “Reporters press White House for update on Trump’s health.

The White House said Thursday it is looking into whether President Trump plans to get a physical, and whether he’ll publicly report the findings, as some predecessors in the Oval Office have done.


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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she didn’t know what Trump’s plans were for reporting his health outcomes, but said she would check on it.

“I do know that I spent 12 days on the road with him in Asia, and despite the fact that he’s a little bit older than me he had twice the energy that I did, and I’m the one that’s sick now and he’s still going, so I think he’s in pretty good health,” Sanders said.


On Thursday, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said that people close to Trump say he has early signs of dementia. Trump’s father died of Alzheimer’s disease, which is a type of dementia.

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