Mike Huckabee Roasts Sanjay Gupta On His Trump Medical Diagnosis

Mike Huckabee puts CNN's live medical diagnosis by Sanjay Gupta in perspective with one well timed tweet! Feature photo credit to The View, Screen Grab, Dagger News.Mike Huckabee puts CNN's live medical diagnosis by Sanjay Gupta in perspective with one well timed tweet! Feature photo credit to The View, Screen Grab, Dagger News.

Wow. CNN just tries to do anything to create fake news! CNN is creating medical diagnosis on air, now! Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN says President Trump has heart disease! Where does CNN find these hacks who have zero issue putting their reputations on the line?

This is hilarious as CNN scrolls the headline across the bottom, “President Trump has heart disease.” And then, Gupta, tells why he is diagnosing the President on live TV.

Keep in mind, Gupta has never met the President. And he is trying to discredit the Physician who has seen and met the President, Rear Admiral, Dr. Ronny Jackson. Also, Dr. Jackson was the former physician to Obama as well! Click HERE to see POTUS’s stats from his real Physician.

Mike Huckabee, who is out of the country totally nails the essence of the Gupta medical diagnosis! This is what Mike said in a tweet! Hold on because THIS is funny!

“In Honduras yesterday and in Mexico today. Thought I’d ask local doctors if they could confirm Sanjay Gupta’s CNN tabloid TV diagnosis of . Finally found one who did. She also reads palms and does foot massage.”

You have to love the Huckabee sense of humor! And Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary, is a chip off the ol’ block! If you’re interested in watching Gupta diagnose POTUS on air instead of an actual physician visit, then watch the video below. Hilarious!

Watch the video below as Gupta provides medical diagnosis:

It is as if CNN doesn’t even try to hide their negative coverage of POTUS anymore! If Mike Huckabee made you laugh, comment below!

3 Comments on "Mike Huckabee Roasts Sanjay Gupta On His Trump Medical Diagnosis"


  2. Body Mass Index: Another popular misconception of the weight-watching world is that one size fits all. To devise a standard of reference for weight-watchers and overweight individuals, experts came up with the concept of Body Mass Index or BMI. This is a benchmark used by the Department of Health, weight-loss programs, dieticians and nutritional experts to determine who is overweight and who is not.

    Body Type: Mass Belief

    BMI is calculated as weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared, rounded to one decimal place, or weight/height2 or kg/m2.

    Adults aged over 20 with a BMI of 25.0-29.9 are classified as overweight and those with a BMI of 30 or more are said to be obese.

    Another conventional method to understand body size is to classify it into three body types – ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph, based on body shape and musculature.

    According to the classic definition, the ectomorph is naturally lean and thin and not prone to putting on weight as these individuals have a high metabolic rate. They are overactive and not particularly strong.

    The mesomorph is naturally athletic and muscular, naturally lean, loses fat easily and has an efficient and fast-burning metabolism.

    The endomorph is podgy and has a rounded body shape. There is a tendency to gain weight and to store fat easily due to a sluggish metabolism.

    Even though no dietician or weight loss plan will actually say this, most weight-reduction methods and crash diets are aimed at converting endomorphs into ectomorphs and mesomorphs.

    Haven’t you noticed the ‘before’ and ‘after’ images used on promotional material for these programs? Quite by magic, women go from being overweight to having the perfect hour-glass figure while men go from downright flabby to trim and muscular.

    If only all women who desire to lose weight could be converted into ectomorphs and men into mesomorphs! And yes, most weight loss programs claim they can indeed perform this simply amazing miracle. If they didn’t, who would sign up anyway, right? Andreas Moritz

Comments are closed.