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Dr. Sean Conley clarifies his statements on President Trump’s condition at Walter Reed

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A day after evading direct questions about President Donald Trump’s medical treatment, Dr. Sean Conley said Sunday outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center he was “not necessarily” intending to mislead the public.

Conley a Navy commander and the president’s physician, said he was , the 

Dr. Conley, on Saturday, kept dodging questions on whether the president had ever been on supplemental oxygen, only stating that he was (at the time) not on it. The White House later confirmed, anonymously, that Trump was given oxygen at the White House on Friday before going to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

When asked about the contradicting reports from himself and the White House, Conley said Sunday Trump had been on oxygen, and that he was “not necessarily” intending to mislead the public and “trying to reflect