The announcement came after Trump slurred some words when delivering a keynote speech on recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
It is the first time that the White House has committed to releasing health records of Trump, something his predecessors did routinely. But as Rachel noted on last night's show, there are some lingering questions not only about what he said, but also about how he said it.
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After President Donald Trump appeared to slur several words during a speech on Wednesday, the White House downplayed the episode on Thursday but promised that the results of the president's next routine presidential physical will be made public. He ended by saying what sounded like "and God bless the United Shtesh".
Sarah Sanders, the White House press secretary, said Trump's throat was dry during the Wednesday address.
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'The president's throat was dry nothing more than that. "Nothing more than that". Frankly pretty ridiculous questions. "He does have a physical scheduled for the first part of next year".
It's hardly outrageous to think some will have questions about Trump's health given the circumstances.
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The fix does, however, disable remote access to shared users, but this will be restored in a software update next week. Apple said an update to iOS 11.2 will be coming next week and this will restore that full functionality.
At age 70 past year, Trump was the oldest person ever to have been elected president.
With that said, Trump, now 71, was the oldest newly elected president when he took office in January at age 70.
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EW reports that her character will be a shape-shifter and will attempt to manipulate Phoenix for her own dark agenda. Notably, the announcement does not include Evan Peters , who played Quicksilver in the last two X-Men movies.