In a recent statement shared by Truth Social, Dr. (news-us.feednews.com) Bruce Aronwald, claiming to be former President Donald Trump’s personal physician since 2021, aimed to address worries regarding Trump’s health and cognitive abilities. Despite assertions about Trump’s robust health and attributing his weight loss to an “improved diet and continued daily physical activity,” concerns linger following Trump’s recent verbal lapses during public appearances. Critics draw parallels to Trump’s prior critiques of President Biden’s age, with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis expressing skepticism about someone “pushing 80” holding the presidency. Dr. (news-us.feednews.com) Aronwald’s letter, dated September 13, attempted to allay concerns but lacked specific details about Trump’s health, fueling skepticism among opponents. While mentioning normal cardiovascular and negative cancer screening results, the statement’s lack of transparency raises questions about Trump’s actual health status. As Trump, approaching his 78th birthday, contemplates a return to the political arena, the debate over age, health, and political leadership intensifies, emphasizing the ongoing discourse about transparency in disclosing public figures’ health.