American leader Donald Trump did not complain of any chest pain; a medical examination at the Walter Reed Hospital in Maryland last weekend was planned, said chief physician of the White House, Sean Conley in a memo.
According to him, Donald Trump did not have 'chest pain', nor did he undergo 'specialized cardiac or neurologic evaluations' during his weekend visit to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Daily Mail reported.
White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said Saturday that the US leader decided to take advantage of free days off in Washington to begin part of his planned annual survey.
Following the trip of Trump to a medical institution, Grisham noted that the president remains energetic and does not complain about health.
The president’s official weekend schedule, circulated by the White House press service on Friday, did not include hospital.