In recent news, Donald Trump’s campaign released a note from his physician, Dr. Bruce Aronwald, stating that the former president is in excellent health and has outstanding cognitive test results. This comes after several verbal gaffes put Trump in the spotlight. Aronwald’s letter describes Trump’s health as completely positive, but does not provide specific details or test results like previous medical statements about Trump’s health have done. During his time in the White House, Trump received a glowing certificate of health from Dr. Ronny Jackson, who praised his “good genes,” “excellent” heart health and how he did “extremely well” on his cognitive test. However, concerns about the age of those seeking or currently holding office were highlighted by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who compared his youth to both Trump and President Joe Biden, who turned 81 on Monday. This statement brings up questions about whether age should be a factor when it comes to running for or holding office.