One should not just believe them.
That does not mean that what happened on Saturday was not minor or even routine. It has to be said that these are a President and a White House, which have set a standard of dishonesty and concealment – right down to the health of the President – which should force any reasonable person to question the explanation that is currently being made offered by the Commission White House.
Remember what we already know about the health of this President. Trump is 73 years old and the oldest person ever elected as president in a first term. At his last physical examination, which took place in February, he came to 243 pounds.
Dr. Ronny Jackson, who then served as the president's doctor, suggested that the president change his diet and exercise regularly. Apart from regular rounds of golf, there is very little public evidence that Trump took this advice to heart. Sources told CNN that a year later, Trump made only minor changes to his diet and exercise habits.
"The president received a diet and exercise plan after his annual physical exertion last year, but the president admits he did not follow it religiously," said Hogan Gidley, the White House deputy spokesman.
So there's plenty of it! — to wonder. Especially when you consider that Trump has made few reservations in the past about the doctor.
In December 2015, Trump published a letter from his longtime doctor, Dr. Jr., just before the start of the Republican presidential primaries. Harold Bornstein.
"His physical strength and stamina are extraordinary," Bornstein wrote about Trump. "If elected, Mr. Trump, I can say unequivocally, he will be the healthiest person ever elected to the presidency."
So, the gossamer medical "file" that silenced Trump asking if he was physically and mentally able to become president was asked. It was not based on Bornstein's medical judgment. It was Trump who did what he always did, inventing a story he wanted to tell himself and the public.
"We will not deal with security and privacy As he said, he is in good health and it was a routine check-up as part of his annual physical activity, "Grisham told CNN." I've made numerous truthful and accurate statements in the files – the active attempt to find and report conspiracy theories really needs to stop. "
What exactly is that? Problem is. Grisham claims to have "made many statements in the file that were truthful and accurate." Which, of course, means that she gave some of it, is not.
That's why a White House that lies as easily as the truth says creates big problems for the media and the country. How can we take the word of the White House for it, if that word was wrong on so many occasions? The answer is that we can not accept her word for it. And you should not.