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Medical Experts Slam White House Physician’s Latest Glowing Report on Trump’s Health: ‘You Must Be Kidding Me’



Dr. Sean Conley, the White House Physician who has been under attack for acting as a political operative and not the president’s doctor, has released his latest report on President Donald Trump’s health. But inside the short statement that once again offers little substance is one curious claim that some have wrongly interpreted to mean Trump is so healthy he’s “immune,” as he tried to claim when he returned to the White House from Walter Reed.

Medical experts are slamming Conley for apparently trying to make Trump look like a super hero.

“The President this morning says ‘I feel great!'” Conley’s memo begins. He notes Trump’s vital signs and other measurements “all remain stable and within normal range.”

But then he says, “the President’s labs demonstrated detectable levels of Sars-CoV-2 IgC antibodies from the labs drawn Monday.”

Why is that important?

The Mayo Clinic says it takes 14 to 21 days for those infected with the coronavirus to develop antibodies – meaning it’s pretty early in the process if we are to believe Trump was infected at the Rose Garden Supreme Court nomination announcement, just nine days after his Monday blood test.

Or, for those paying attention to every detail of the president’s treatment, the Sars-CoV-2 IgC antibodies Trump was treated with – injected with – are now showing up.

Trump received “an intravenous dose of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc’s dual antibody,” Reuters reported Saturday.

Not everyone knows that.

But the experts do.

Eric Topol, a professor of Molecular Medicine at the renowned Scripps Research Institute, blasted Conley:

This Duke University School of Medicine physician agrees:

So does this Emergency Medicine Physician sand Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians:

As does this NYC ER doctor who sums it all up:

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Trump Serves Up Paranoid Election Conspiracy Rant for Thanksgiving: ‘Flick of a Switch Can Change Course of History’



President Donald Trump on Thanksgiving broke weeks of refusing to answer questions from reporters, and focusing his anger on Georgia called its Republican Secretary of State “an enemy of the people” while brewing up an insane new conspiracy theory.

After praising GOP Senators in two run-off elections fighting to keep their seats, Trump said he told Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, “you have a fraudulent system.”

“You have a system where the flick of a switch or the putting in of a new chip can change the course of history.”

He also falsely claimed voting rights advocate and former Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams had illegally “harvested” 850,000 ballots. In reality, Abrams says 750,000 Georgia voters have requested absentee ballots.

Watch (poor quality video):

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‘No I Can’t Say That’: Trump Says He Will Not Concede – but Will Exit White House if Electoral College Makes ‘Mistake’


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USAID Acting Administrator the Latest Governmental Employee to Test Positive for COVID-19



Acting administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), John Barsa, has tested positive for coronavirus, Axios reported Wednesday.

Staffers told Axios that they barely wear masks in their office and that Barsa is the latest in a series of senior administration officials to contract the virus. H

“The acting Deputy Administrator has been isolating since he began exhibiting symptoms late Monday, Nov. 23, and will continue to until a retest is conclusive,” spokesperson Pooja Jhunjhunwala said in a statement.

Barsa was planning to travel to Honduras this weekend after the country was ravaged by recent hurricanes. Administration officials say they expect that trip won’t happen as he quarantines.

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Adam Schiff: ‘A President Cannot Pardon Himself’ and the ‘Constitution is Not a Suicide Pact’



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Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) appeared on CNN Wednesday to discuss the pardon of Michael Flynn by President Donald J. Trump and the question arose regarding whether or not the president could, in fact, pardon himself.

“The Justice Department has taken the position that a president cannot pardon himself,” Schiff said. “It would ultimately be up to [the U.S. Supreme Court] to decide. The Constitution is not a suicide pact.”

Flynn was originally charged with admitting that he had misled investigators about details of his conversations with the Russian ambassador during Trump’s presidential transition.

Watch the video below.

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