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Doctor’s Letter Concerning Trump’s Health Leaves More Questions Than Answers

The President of the United States is battling a very serious illness that has killed more than 210,000 people. If there ever was a time for transparency from the Trump administration this would be it. Unfortunately, Trump’s medical team has been the furthest thing from transparent.

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On Saturday night, the president’s physician, Dr. Sean Conley, released a letter concerning Trump’s current state of health. The contents of the letter seemingly reveals that Trump has suffered setbacks in his recovery that the American people weren’t informed of.

Dr. Conley’s letter noted that the president was no longer at risk of passing the virus on to others. This is obviously important since Trump has once again began to hold political rallies.

The letter also notes that Trump has been fever free for over 24 hours. That line makes it likely that the president has run a fever this week in the White House after being released from the hospital.

Conley also reveals that “all of Trump’s symptoms have improved.” For days, Trump and his medical team have been telling Americans that Trump is symptom free.

Twitter user Southpaw tied the deception together nicely, writing,

“Other potential headlines:

• Trump remains PCR positive

• Trump Covid-19 symptoms have returned

• Trump had undisclosed fever in recent days”

The president held an event yesterday at the White House which featured over 1,500 people. Trump also plans on holding his first large scale rally since his diagnosis on Monday in Sanford, Florida.



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