Well, that explains a lot.

Courtesy of NBC News:

President Donald Trump required personnel at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to sign nondisclosure agreements last year before they could be involved with treating him, according to four people familiar with the process.

During a surprise trip to Walter Reed on Nov. 16, 2019, Trump mandated signed NDAs from both physicians and nonmedical staff, most of whom are active-duty military service members, these people said. At least two doctors at Walter Reed who refused to sign the NDAs were subsequently not permitted to have any involvement in the president’s care, two of the people said.

The reason for his trip last year remains shrouded in mystery.

The four people familiar with the process did not know whether, during the president’s most recent visit over the weekend, he had the same requirement for Walter Reed staff members who had not previously been involved in his care.

Yeah, I think we all know that the doctors who treated him this time around also had to sign those NDAs, hell everybody that comes into contact with him is forced to sign one. 

That would explain why the lead doctor, Conley, was so hesitant to divulge too much about his testing, or his condition. 

I bet he was told how much he could share, and how he needed to describe Trump’s health, with the threat of a lawsuit hanging over his head if he deviated from the agreed-upon talking points. 

And this is why we can never expect to get the truth about anything related to Donald Trump, from anybody who has not yet been thrown under the bus by Donald Trump.