After the latest press conference from Donald Trump's doctors on Sunday, CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta said that White House physician Dr. Sean Conley was “purposely misleading” the public.

Gupta also insisted that Team Trump is “hiding things.”

CNN host Jake Tapper said of the doctors' press conference outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, “Some interesting comments from Commander Conley, who before this episode had an impeccable reputation. He was asked why he didn’t give all the information yesterday, and he said he was trying to, I’m quoting, trying to reflect the upbeat attitude of the team and not give any information that would steer the course of his illness."

"Is that what a physician is supposed to do?” Tapper asked.

Gupta replied, “No. I mean, you’ve got to be honest. You’ve got to be transparent—all these details matter. I mean, he is out and coming out to brief the public about the president. That’s the briefing that’s happening. If you are going to do that, then you have to be absolutely honest. And it wasn’t just sort of conveying an upbeat attitude."

"He was — it was purposely misleading yesterday about a very basic issue, which is whether or not the president had been on supplemental oxygen is one of those issues," Gupta continued. "That’s important, Jake, because when you look at patients the way that doctors approach this, we know his age, we know his pre-existing risk factors, you can immediately start to assess his risk as more data comes in that risk sort of stratification changes."

Gupta added, If he required oxygen, that definitely indicates that there was some impacts, significant impact on his lungs, and that puts him on a different trajectory.”

Tapper replied, “I am the son of a doctor and a nurse, and I understand the inclination in the public to believe doctors," Tapper said. "We want to believe doctors. We also have to note there is a long and ugly history in this country of presidents not being honest about their health with the American people and doctors being used as part of that cover-up. One hundred years ago, it was Woodrow Wilson, FDR, John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, and on and on and on. It’s the reason when I interviewed Joe Biden, made him give a pledge, would he always be upfront about all aspects of his health in real time."

"We’re not getting that from Donald Trump and his team right now," Tapper declared. "We are not getting all of the facts. Why?”

Gupta responded, “Well you know I’d have to say that they are hiding things, Jake. I mean, I hate to say it.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should not debate President Donald Trump again.

Pelosi told told Bloomberg TV’s David Westin, “I, myself, did not think that Joe Biden should dignify debate with the president who has no commitment to fact, evidence, data, demeans the office he holds.”

“You saw on that stage authenticity on both sides," She continued, "The president is authentically a bully, Joe Biden authentically decent. It was a sad occasion for our country. It broke my heart."

Pelosi continued, "I haven’t really slept five hours combined both nights since then because of what it meant for our country to have a president not commit to honoring the peaceful transition of government or condemning white supremacist, abolishing The Affordable Care Act, ignoring climate crisis, and talking about clean air and clean water when he degrades the environment almost every day or at least does go to three times a week with his policies and decisions. It was a sad occasion.”

She added, “You know, people say they should have had a button that turns one microphone off while the other person was speaking. Whatever it is, I think one and done. One and done. When people run for president, that’s president of the United States. Joe Biden will do — he is courageous."

"I never thought he should not do it because I did not think he would do well," she added. "I thought he should not do it because I thought something like this could happen.”

Host Westin said to Pelosi, “But if it were up to you, one and done?”

“One and done,” she insisted.

President Donald Trump mocked 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday for calling violent left-wing Antifa groups “an idea” during the first presidential debate.

“Joe Biden says Antifa is just an idea,” Trump said. “Well, ideas don’t assault cops and they don’t burn down buildings. Antifa is a domestic terrorist organization.”

The president made his comments Wednesday night during a campaign rally in Duluth, Minnesota, after Tuesday’s debate. Trump said that he had received endorsements from law enforcement organizations nationwide, and Biden did not receive any. The President also accused the media of inspiring and even fueling  the riots all summer long. 

“They think rioting is just ok, just do whatever you want,” Trump said. “You can do whatever you want, you don’t have to wear masks, you just riot, 25,000 people standing on each other’s face.”

Trump also mocked the media for being upset about his debate performance, but excusing the riots. “Arson is ok, but challenging Sleepy Joe is totally off-limits,” Trump said sarcastically. 

Joe Biden thinks Antifa is "just an idea."

Tell that to the many victims who are still trying to put their businesses and lives together after the damage these extremists have caused.


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