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NBC Speculates Trump Hospital Visit Was to Deal With Heart Problem


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The same liberal media that denounced any and all questions about Hillary Clinton’s health prior to and following her stumbling exit from a 9/11 event on 2016, suddenly wanted to speculate about why President Trump visited Walter Reed Medical Center over the weekend. During their Monday evening, newscast, NBC suggested the President’s visit may have had something to do with his heart. The difference of course being, there was video evidence of Clinton acting bizarrely.

Tonight, there are growing questions two days after President Trump underwent a surprise physical exam. Though the White House says it was routine, few details have been released,” announced NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt before handing it off to correspondent Hans Nichols.

Nicholas’ report was nothing but skeptical of the White House’s official explanation for the visit. “The President leaving on an unannounced trip to Walter Reed Medical Center with his personal physician riding by his side. White House insisting it was for portions of an annual physical.”

Adding: “But the Saturday visit was different from his two previous presidential physicals raising concerns about his health. Those were on his official schedule, took more than four hours, and were not done in phases.”


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