The White House released a statement on Monday by the Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, DC saying the weekend's visit was a "routine check-up".
The statement by Navy Commander Sean Conley was published by Stephanie Grisham, White House Press Secretary, amid rumors of Trump's medical condition.
"Despite some speculation, the president had no chest pain, nor was he examined or treated for urgent or acute problems," Conley wrote.
"In particular, he underwent no special cardiac or neurological examination."
The letter added that the visit was "kept secret" due to ambiguity in the president's schedule, Grisham said the visit had been part of his annual investigation, which he wanted to stop early, but then he revealed that he was stayed at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for a very long time. [1
In February, Trump spent more than four hours at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for a doctor-supervised study involving a panel of 11 specialists.