Recently, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis voiced his concerns about the age of those running for or currently holding the presidency, stating that “The presidency is not a job for somebody that is pushing 80.” This sentiment echoes Dr. Bruce Aronwald’s recent note released by Donald Trump’s campaign on Monday, which states that Trump is in excellent health and his cognitive exams were exceptional.
However, Aronwald’s letter failed to provide specific details on the tests taken or their results, unlike previous medical statements about Trump’s health. During his time in the White House, Trump received a glowing bill of health from Dr. Ronny Jackson, who praised his “good genes,” “excellent” cardiac health, and how he did “exceedingly well” on his cognitive test.
Aronwald also has ties to Chris Christie’s 2015 presidential campaign through FEC filings, which could create skepticism about his impartiality when attesting to Trump’s health. This raises questions about the reliability of Aronwald’s note and whether it accurately reflects Trump’s true condition.