Media Is Reporting Trump Has Heart Disease—Sarah Sanders Is Having None Of It

One day after presidential physician Dr. Ronny Jackson told the media that President Trump was in excellent health, reporters are suggesting that Trump’s weight was misreported and that he does, in fact, have heart disease, according to The Daily Caller.

CNN medical analyst Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who was in attendance at the briefing, specifically asked Jackson whether Trump has heart disease.

“He does not have heart disease,” Jackson replied.

But that didn’t stop Gupta from reporting on CNN on Wednesday that “by all standards, by all metrics, anyway a doctor or cardiologist will look at it, the president does have heart disease,” directly contradicting the report by Trump’s physician.

White House Press Secretary instantly put the report to rest.

Sanders noted that Jackson is the only doctor that has examined Trump and is “the only credible source when it comes to diagnosing any health concerns.” She also noted that he was trusted by former presidents Bush and Obama.

Numerous other media personalities, however, began questioning whether the president’s weight had been reported accurately.

Others suggested that perhaps the White House misreported his height, so as to avoid a clinical obesity classification.