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Book sheds new light on Donald Trump's mysterious hospitalization at the end of 2019 |  Abroad

Book sheds new light on Donald Trump’s mysterious hospitalization at the end of 2019 | Abroad

A recent book by a former White House spokesperson sheds new light on President Donald Trump’s unexpected hospitalization in November 2019. At the time, Trump reportedly suffered chest pains and even suffered a series of small strokes, causing Vice President Mike Pence He had to stand before to lead the country. But there is none of that according to the memoirs of Stephanie Grisham (45).

According to Grisham, Trump, 75, went to Walter Reed National Military Hospital for an internal colon exam, which was part of his annual medical exam.

Not announced – as you read in I’ll take your questions now Because Trump was afraid of being ridiculed on American television talk shows. Nor was he willing to undergo general anaesthesia. After all, this meant handing over his power to Mike Pence and he didn’t want to, even for a short period of time.


“I felt the American people had a right to know what was going on with the president’s health and still do,” she wrote. “But I didn’t push things too hard. I think the president was shy about the move, even though George W. Bush did the same when he was president and was very open about it.”

According to news site Politico, Grisham’s story could have been confirmed by several former White House staffers.


In 2019, there was an uproar about the hospital visit because it did not go according to the routine examination protocol. The White House then said it was a “rapid investigation” in preparation for Trump’s annual examination. Stories about heart problems have been dismissed as “conspiracy theories.”

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Trump’s doctor also denied having any chest pain.

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