Donald Trump revealed some of the results of his recent physical examination during a taping of "The Dr. Oz Show" Wednesday despite his campaign's earlier insistence that those details would be released later.
The physical examination was conducted last week by Dr. Harold Bornstein, according to a press release. In December, Bornstein wrote a letter declaring that Trump would be "the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency" and later told NBC News he wrote the letter in five minutes.
"I have no problem in doing it. I have it right here," Trump told Dr. Oz in preview of the interview released Wednesday afternoon. He then handed the television host two pages of paper.
Those in the audience told NBC News after the interview that Dr. Oz gave Trump a clean bill of health.
"Even Dr. Oz said that, you know, if it was his patient he would be extremely happy and just, kind of, send him on his way," audience member Bryan Manzali told NBC News following the taping in New York City.
"Other than apparently his body mass index being a little high, the man is in incredibly good shape. Dr. Oz was very, very impressed," said Matthew Stevens, who also was in the audience.
Dr. Oz also reviewed Trump's family medical history and covered additional topics related to his health, according to the release.
Trump's campaign had originally said they would release more information about his medical records later this week separate from the show, which will air Thursday.
Hillary Clinton's campaign has also promised to release additional medical records later this week after the Democratic nominee was forced to cancel campaign events due to pneumonia.