President Trump on Tuesday denied that he had “a series of mini-strokes” prompting an unscheduled visit to Walter Reed hospital in November 2019. . .
It never ends! Now they are trying to say that your favorite President, me, went to Walter Reed Medical Center, having suffered a series of mini-strokes. Never happened to THIS candidate – FAKE NEWS. Perhaps they are referring to another candidate from another Party!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 1, 2020
r. Sean Conley, Trump’s physician, said on Tuesday that the president “remains healthy” and will “remain fit to execute the duties of the Presidency.”
“I can confirm that President Trump has not experienced nor been evaluated for a cerebrovascular accident (stroke), transient ischemic attack (mini stroke), or any acute cardiovascular emergencies, as have been incorrectly reported in the media,” Conley said in a statement.
CNN reported this week that New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt in his forthcoming book claims Vice President Mike Pence was “on standby to take over the powers of the presidency temporarily if Trump had to undergo a procedure that would have required him to be anesthetized.”
The CNN story did not reference any reports about Trump having a stroke, but author Don Winslow claimed Trump had “mini-strokes” in August.
One of the benefits of making videos that garner 5 million+ views is that you hear from a lot of people, including whistleblowers inside Trump administration.
I've received three communications saying that during his term Trump has suffered a "series" of "mini-strokes."
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) August 1, 2020
(Read more from “Fake News: Trump Denies Suffering ‘Series of Mini-Strokes'” HERE)