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Photo credit: Pacific Coast News. A viral claim stating that US President Donald Trump weighs a whopping 322 pounds is found to be fake.
Trump's weight was one of the most talked about topics soon after he announced his COVID-19 positive reports. The fake news pertaining to Trump's weight started circulating after a Twitter user claimed that medical records from Walter Reed have revealed that the US President weighs 322 pounds.
“Breaking News: HOSPITAL RECORDS EXPOSE TRUMP 'S WEIGHT TO BE A WHOPPING 322 POUNDS!” In fact, during the press briefings by the US President's medical team were also restricted only to the course of treatment, including remdesivir and dexamethasone, given to Trump, reported the outlet.
As per Trump's medical records made public in June, the US President weighed 244 pounds at 6 feet 3 inches, thus putting him in the Obese category, ABC had reported. Despite the claim of Trump weighing 322 pounds being fake, it did not deter the microblogging site users from expressing their views.
According to the CDC, “having obesity, defined as a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or above, increases your risk of severe illness from COVID-19.” Trump met this definition according to the results of a physical that were revealed in June 2020. According to the results of his latest physical, Trump weighs 244 pounds, and is 6 feet, 3 inches tall.
President Donald Trump brought his health to the national coronavirus conversation on May 18 when he told reporters that he was taking hydroxychloroquine, a longstanding anti-malaria drug, as a preventative measure against COVID-19. In fact, physicians say that the drug has serious side effects for patients, especially if they have pre-existing conditions such as heart problems.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told CNN’s Anderson Cooper she was concerned for other reasons. In the interview, Cooper asked Pelosi what she thought of Trump saying he is taking the drug.
Officially, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not define the threshold needed for someone to be considered “morbidly obese.” Other medical sources list a definition of “morbidly obese” as equivalent to a BMI of 40 or higher.
Trump, who was 72 at the time, had gained 4 pounds since his 2018 exam, when his previous doctor, Ronny Jackson, said Trump ’s “overall health is excellent” but “he would benefit from a diet that is lower in fat and carbohydrates and from a routine exercise regiment.” Based on the 2019 physical exam, Trump “would not be considered morbidly obese at this time,” said Lucas Carr, a professor in the department of health and human physiology at the University of Iowa.
Parish Dan dona, the head of endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism at the State University of New York, agreed with this observation. Some critics, such as MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, say they think Trump is neither 6-foot-3 (a New York driver’s license listed him as 6 feet, 2 inches), nor does he weigh around 240 pounds.
To have a BMI above 40, with the highest of those weights (260 pounds), Trump would need to be shorter than 5 feet, 8 inches. Pelosi does have a point that an individual’s age and weight are risk factors for worse outcomes after a coronavirus infection.
Many studies connect obesity with COVID-19 complications, and data has shown higher death rates for older patients than younger ones. Even if the public numbers are a bit shy of reality, Trump would have to be substantially heavier to meet a level of severe, or morbid, obesity.
Political senior correspondent Louis Jacobson and executive director Aaron Shylockian contributed to this report. The White House doctor deemed Donald Trump in “excellent” health this week.
That weight is, if you are the sort of person who is inclined to believe in BMI as an accurate indicator of health, just barely shy of “obese.” But it’s more likely that Trump actually weighs 239 pounds, and comparing him to the 239-pound bodies of professional athletes is just skewing perceptions.
Still, there is something to be said for the fact that the president, a 71-year-old man, appears to have grown an inch since 2012. Update, 2/14/19: According to his most recent physical results released on Thursday, President Trump has gained four pounds over the past year.
Dr. Eric Tool, a cardiologist at the Scripts Research Institute, said that it is impossible to ignore the dangers of the president's elevated cholesterol levels when providing an overall assessment of Mr. Trump's health. Conversely, in his report on Tuesday, White House physician Dr. Ronny L. Jackson said Trump doesn't have a lot of the traditional risk factors for heart issues, like smoking or diabetes.
“He is the only doctor that has weighed in on this matter that has actually examined the president,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Fuckable Sanders told the Times. Dr. Jackson has been a White House physician for 12 years, working with former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, in addition to Trump.
He has achieved fame simply by virtue of having the ‘ Trump name attached to his. Although he isn’t officially active on social media platform, he enjoys huge popularity.
From being captured playing soccer in the White House lawns, to being covered by the media for any other activity, Barron has certainly caught the imagination of the paparazzi. Born into one of the wealthiest families in the United States of America, he became a celebrity right after his birth.
As president Trump won the 2016 elections, Barron officially became the ‘first son of the United States.' In fact, he is the first 'first son' in the White House since JFK Jr., who occupied it in 1961.
On the lines of the former ‘first children of the United States,' Sasha and Malia Obama, Barron Trump too rose to fame in 2016. Barron is nicknamed ‘little Donald by her mother, Melania Trump, who firmly roots for his uncanny similarity with his father.
In 2011, he featured in 'The Oprah Winfrey Show,' which gained him quite a lot of popularity. His uncanny resemblance to his father, Donald Trump, makes him truly special.
Being the only ‘first son’ of the White House, in the past 54 years truly makes him unique. He has been raised amidst unimaginable luxury, as he lived in his own floor in Manhattan’s Trump Tower.
Being the son of the President of the United States of America, Barron is one of the most famous children. He was privately schooled in Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, New York, earlier, but after moving to the White House, Barron is attending St. Andrew’s in Potomac, Maryland.
There are several similarities between Barron Trump and Donald Trump, including his father’s style of hobnobbing. Barron Trump is 29 years younger than his oldest sibling, Donald Trump, Jr.