The two major-party presidential candidates have not yet divulged their full medical records.
“Why not go first?” Muir pressed.
“I might do that. I might do that,” Trump answered. “In fact, now that you ask, I think I will do that.”
“I’d love to give full reports,” he said, adding that he believes the American people deserve to know more about his and Clinton’s medical histories.
“I’ve given a letter from a doctor — he’s actually a great doctor, but that’s OK — but he gave a very strong letter,” Trump said, referring to a one-page statement released by Dr. Harold Bornstein in December.
Trump went on to say he would “love to give specifics.”
Bornstein, Trump’s doctor since 1980, asserted in the December letter that Trump would be “the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency.”
Clinton released a two-page statement from her physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack, in July 2015.
In the interview with Muir, Trump’s running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, offered his own stamp of approval.
“I’ll tell you, this man is a few years older than me. I’m 57 years old,” Pence said. “I can’t hardly keep up with the man.”