If President Donald Trump were a battery, he would be a 243-pound battery. That’s based on a new February 14 memo from White House physician Sean P. Conley, DO.
No, Dr. Conley’s memo about Trump’s February 8, 2019, physical exam didn’t say that Trump is a battery. That would have been a bit weird. The battery reference is from an article in The New Yorker and the book Trump Revealed, which claimed that Trump “believed the human body was like a battery, with a finite amount of energy, which exercise only depleted.”
Instead, here’s Conley’s latest memo regarding Trump’s physical exam:
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— Katherine Faulders (@KFaulders) February 14, 2019
As you can see, this latest memo provides a bit more information than Dr. Conley’s February 8,2019, memo, which wasn’t really difficult to do. As I explained formerly for Forbes (****************** ), the earlier memo consisted of a rather uncommon warranty, mentioning that Trump is “in great health” and “will stay so throughout of his Presidency, and beyond,” without actually describing the factors for such a conclusion. Batteries might have guarantees and warranties, however usually not human grownups.
As this more recent memo explained, the yearly physical examination lasted around 4 hours, a bit longer than the physical examinations that the majority of insurance coverage strategies will usually support. The memo mentioned that eleven various professionals were included, which actually does not state excessive. That’s as unclear as stating, I had supper, and eleven various food products were included.
What particular findings did this brand-new memo supply? Well, it states that Trump is72 years in age, 6′ 3″ in height, and243 pounds in weight. Trump didn’t appear grow any taller however he obviously is 4 pounds much heavier than his reported weight in 2015. This brand-new height-weight mix would equate to a body mass index( BMI) of304. The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute( NHLBI) website consists of a BMI calculator and a list of the following BMI Categories: