Donald Trump plans to release his medical records “sometime next week,” accelerating the timeline he offered on Thursday.
“I'm making a commitment right now on the medical” files, Trump told Mark Halperin on Friday during an interview for Bloomberg TV’s With All Due Respect. He said the files would come out “probably the middle or early part of the week.”
Following a Thursday article in Politico that questioned why the 69-year-old Republican presidential front-runner had yet to release his records, Trump tweeted Thursday that they would come out “within two weeks” and “will show perfection."
In his comments to Halperin, Trump said he is “very healthy” and that doctors “marvel” when they take his blood pressure. “Good genes work,” the real estate mogul said. “My father was 94” when he died, Trump noted.
The full interview will air at 5 p.m. Eastern time on Bloomberg TV and BloombergPolitics.com.