It was billed as a “medical evaluation” of the president on Fox News. Instead, President Donald Trump’s first on-camera television interview since he announced he tested positive for COVID-19 last week was a made-for-tv spectacle in which the only real purpose seemed to be to tout how great the commander in chief was feeling. Dr. Marc Siegel, the Fox News resident medical expert, lobbed some softball questions at President Donald Trump and didn’t push back when he didn’t get any answers or even when the answers contradicted information that had already been made public. At the end of the pre-recorded segment on Tucker Carlson’s show, Americans knew little more about the president’s health than they did before the interview. But it was clear how they were supposed to feel. “By any measure, it’s been a remarkable turnaround,” Carlson said.