Ronald Reagan’s Daughter Criticizes Trump Administration For ‘Sketchy Details,’ ‘Evasive Answers’ About Trump’s Health Status



a group of people on a sidewalk: White House physician Sean Conley (R) gives an update on the condition of US President Donald Trump, on October 3, 2020, at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Ronald Reagan's daughter criticized the White House's handling of Trump's medical information in an op-ed published Sunday.


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White House physician Sean Conley (R) gives an update on the condition of US President Donald Trump, on October 3, 2020, at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Ronald Reagan’s daughter criticized the White House’s handling of Trump’s medical information in an op-ed published Sunday.

Ronald Reagan’s daughter, Patti Davis, criticized the Trump administration over its disclosure of President Donald Trump’s health status amid his COVID-19 diagnosis in an op-ed for the Washington Post.

“Now the country is confronted with a president suffering from a potentially deadly virus,” Davis wrote in an op-ed published Sunday by the newspaper. “Instead of accurate and complete information, Americans are receiving only sketchy details and evasive answers.”

Davis reflected on her father’s hospitalization in the aftermath of his 1981 shooting, comparing the response of the Reagan administration to that of the Trump administration.

“When you’re president, privacy is not

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Dr. Sean Conley ‘Coy And Evasive’ During Conference On President’s Health

His update outside Walter Reed Medical Center was supposed to provide more answers about President Donald Trump’s current status following his COVID-19 diagnosis and hospitalization, but Dr. Sean Conley appeared to leave the American public with more questions instead after speaking with reporters.

During Conley’s press conference, reporters asked several questions about the President’s health and the timeline of his diagnosis, which led to Conley either dodging questions entirely, or revealing information which suggested the President was sick earlier than initially believed. Among the things Conley said were that the President was doing better, and that his symptoms including a mild cough and fatigue have been improving, and that he had not had a fever for 24 hours.

However, he also became hesitant to reveal if the President had received any supplemental oxygen, and also made reference to the President being “72 hours into the diagnosis,” which would actually put

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