As the world’s number one physician in the world, Donald Trump is well known for his unorthodox methods of medicine, such as homeopathic remedies and his frequent public appearances in which he says he has a doctorate in medical science.
But, in the years since he became president, his approach to medicine has shifted in ways that are at odds with those of his critics.
“I would not call myself a practicing medical doctor, I think it’s too simplistic to say that,” he told The Washington Post in April.
“I would rather say, I’m not a practicing physician.
I’m a doctor who sees people, I listen to them, I understand them, and I give them the best I can.
I just see them as people.
I don’t think that you have to be a doctor to understand them.”
He has also made clear that he will not be taking any government funding from the United States.
“We are going to be able to work with all countries,” he said during his inauguration speech, which was followed by a speech by his secretary of health and human services, Tom Price.
The president’s remarks on homeopathy were made in a wide-ranging speech at the World Health Assembly in September, in which the first US president to address the summit said that he would not accept government money for medical research.
“This year I will be visiting all countries, visiting every city and town in this hemisphere, visiting the countries that have offered us the best medical care, the best treatment and the best medicine,” Trump said.
“The United States is going to win that war.”
The president has also taken a more traditional approach to healthcare.
In December, he ordered the government to freeze federal funds for any health system that did not implement universal access to universal health coverage.
And he said that if Congress does not act on his health-care agenda, the federal government would be able “to impose our will” on the US healthcare system.
The administration has also argued that Trump is not committed to a national healthcare system and has taken a hardline stance on the issue.
He has said that the US will have a “universal health care system”, but not a single one of the countries where he has visited is currently on that path.
He has said, for example, that the Trump administration has not committed itself to paying for universal healthcare.
And he has suggested that the president’s budget for 2019, which has yet to be released, would eliminate funding for universal coverage.
“So if we don’t want to be the world leader in health care, if we want to make the best of the opportunities that we have, we’re going to have to figure out a way to make sure that the money is there to make it work,” Trump told the New York Times last week.