Amid the coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump, the oldest president to be sworn in for their first term, has yet to complete his annual physical that began six months ago at Walter Reed hospital, NBC News reported. According to the publication, the White House declined to provide an explanation for why the examination has yet to conclude. Trump underwent his 2018 exam in January, and his 2019 exam was conducted in February. Although Tr... (Date:05/23/2020 21:26) Read full article >>

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