Donald Trump to release medical records: White House

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The White House spoke out yesterday after the President could barely get his words out while announcing plans to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem - making it Israel's new capital.

Trump slurred his words during a policy address Wednesday about Israel, inspiring media speculation that he may have had a dental or health problem.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said today: 'There were a lot of questions on that.

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to reporters before departing the White House for NY in Washington, U.S., December 2, 2017.

What's more, Sanders' pushback notwithstanding, there's nothing "ridiculous" about the questions.

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The health concerns were so prevalent that the White House announced that Trump will be undergoing a physical exam at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, the beginning of the year.

We've talked a couple of times this week about the risky consequences surrounding Donald Trump's new policy toward Israel, which the president announced at a White House event on Wednesday.

Sanders' announcement came a day after some questions were raised about the President's health after he appeared to get a dry mouth and slurred his words toward the end of remarks he delivered on Wednesday.

At age 70 a year ago, Trump was the oldest person ever to have been elected president.

Some psychiatrists have flouted industry rules on diagnosing public figures to openly question whether Trump is suffering from dementia or narcissistic personality disorder.