President Donald Trump “continues to do extremely well” upon returning to the White House after being hospitalized with Covid-19, according to a new assessment from his personal doctor that provided few substantive details about the president’s health.
In a memo released on Tuesday afternoon by the White House, physician to the president Sean Conley wrote that Trump’s medical team met with him that morning in the Executive Residence, where he “had a restful first night at home, and today he reports no symptoms.”
The president’s vital signs remain stable with an oxygen saturation level of 95-97 percent, Conley reported, and “he continues to do extremely well” overall.
But that was the extent of the medical information provided by the White House’s top doctor in his first update since the president was discharged Monday evening from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Noticeably absent from Conley’s memo were other clues about