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President Trump’s doctor said Trump is not currently on oxygen, but would not say whether he ever received oxygen since his COVID-19 diagnosis.

USA TODAY

One potential downside to being the President of the United States — too much care. 

Presidents have always received VIP medicine, but “excessive care isn’t necessarily good quality care,” said Dr. J. Randall Curtis, a professor of pulmonary and critical care at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle.

The concern is that having too much focus and too many people involved could result in over-treatment as President Donald Trump receives carefor COVID-19 at Walter Reed Military Medical Center.

At a news conference Saturday, officials said Trump’s medical team included three pulmonary critical care specialists, two infectious disease doctors, an anesthesiologist, an Army nurse, four Navy nurses, a clinical pharmacist and the director of the medical center’s executive medicine program. That’s