CNN’s senior medical team refused to acknowledge President Trump’s “excellent” health report this week, breathlessly asserting that the Commander-in-Chief has “heart disease” and will likely suffer a cardiac event within years.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta was speaking with ‘New Day’ host Alisyn Camerota when he flat-out denied the findings of the President’s first physical examination in office, saying he saw “concerning” facts in the doctor’s data.
“It’s great to have you here, because you see different findings and conclusions in the data and in the results that you saw… What do you see here?” asked Camerota.
“That’s concerning… When you look at the findings, this coronary calcium score is a score that a lot of cardiologists use to be predictive and be proactive […] It’s concerning because you say if you do nothing different, if things don’t change the likelihood of having some sort of heart event can occur in a certain number of years,” said Gupta.
“No doubt, because of his diet and because of his lack of exercise that would be part of the reason those numbers have likely gone up… So, the President has heart disease. Those numbers qualify for him having heart disease,” he added.
Gupta’s “findings” fly in the face of President Trump’s official medical exam, that found the President in “excellent” health, both physically and mentally.
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CANNABIS NEWS NETWORK: Anderson Cooper SHOCKED by Weed-Fueled Broadcast
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper was reportedly stunned by his network’s weed-fueled New Year’s Eve coverage, telling a late-night comedian that he was just as “surprised as anybody else” over the outlet’s risqué broadcast, reports Fox News.
Cooper was speaking with “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert when he was asked to comment on his network’s infamous New Year’s Eve show, featuring intoxicated anchors, drunk hosts, and fellow journalist Randi Kaye reporting from a marijuana-themed party.
“Do you still have a contact high from Randi Kaye?” asked Colbert.
“It’s legal in Colorado… she did not smoke, obviously. She was just in the environment,” said Cooper.
“The whole thing surprised me as much as anybody else, I gotta tell you,” he added.
CNN found itself in hot-water New Year’s Day as viewers and readers complained the network took its broadcast too far, saying the cable news outlet was attempting to “trademark the debauchery.”
“CNN is trying to trademark the debauchery as its brand for New Year’s Eve coverage. I mean that quite seriously,” said Media Research Center President Brent Bozell. “So this year they’re doing pot and getting stoned.”