- White House physician Sean Conley delivered an update on President Trump’s health on Saturday.
- But Conley declined to answer numerous questions about the president’s current condition and the timeline of his infection.
- Here’s everything Conley wouldn’t reveal, what he said instead, and why it matters.
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White House physician Sean Conley held a briefing on Saturday for the first time since President Donald Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis. But in it, he evaded many critical questions.
Trump, who announced his positive test result on Friday morning, has been at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center since late Friday afternoon. A helicopter airlifted him from the White House, spurring speculation the president’s condition was worse than White House officials were revealing.