Biden News Conference Today: President Biden fires controversial White House doctor

Biden News Conference Today: President Biden fires controversial White House doctor

Biden News Conference Today reported Biden has fired Trumps old controversial White House Doctor after finding a number of discrepancies in his previous dealings with Donald Trump.

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President Joe Biden has fired the controversial White House doctor, Sean Conley, criticized for giving misleading reports about the health of former President Donald Trump and has appointed his doctor in his place. Staff, Kevin O'Connor, local media reported today.

Biden is, at 78, the oldest man to be inaugurated president of the United States, and O'Connor, who has served him since 2009, when he took office as vice president, is a retired Army colonel with service in the 82nd Division and Airborne, Rangers' 75 Regiment and Special Operations Command of that weapon.

In 2019, when the campaign for the primaries began, O'Connor was in charge of the physical examination of Joe Biden, and in his report indicated that the then-candidate for the presidential candidacy for the Democratic Party was in "good health and vigour".

The White House physician is responsible for the health care of the president, his family, and the staff of the presidential residence. For this, it has the support of a team of doctors and nurses in the Medical Unit located on the ground floor of the building.

The presidential physician position is typically a designation that doesn't attract much public attention but was the subject of controversy last year when Trump was reported to have contracted COVID-19 and Conley, he admitted, offered encouraging reports because the White House I wanted to make an optimistic impression.

Biden News Conference Today state, In May of last year, when the COVID-19 pandemic was spreading rapidly in the United States, Trump claimed at a press conference that he had taken hydroxychloroquine as a prophylactic measure, under the guidance of Conley, who later confirmed that treatment.

In October, the White House reported that Trump and his wife Melania had tested positive for the coronavirus and the president was admitted to Walter Reed National Medical Centre in Bethesda, Maryland. 

During Trump's stay at Walter Reed, Conley gave the press conflicting reports on both the president's condition and his treatment.

Three days after his internment, the president was discharged