Trump: I’m not in ‘somewhat’ good shape after his daughter’s death

President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning, telling reporters that he’s in good shape.

“I’m feeling great.

I’m feeling strong.

I have a lot of good news,” he said.

“But we’ll see.”

“I have a good feeling about myself, that’s for sure,” he added.

“We’re doing great, I think,” Trump said, referring to his daughter Ivanka Trump, who died in February after battling a rare form of leukemia.

He also praised his team, saying they are doing a great job.

“I think we’re doing a good job,” Trump added.

“I’ve had a lot to do with the good and the bad.

I think it’s a great team, it’s done a great deal.”

Asked if he has plans for the coming weeks, Trump said he’d be spending some time with his family, but declined to elaborate further.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press.

Trump has been in the spotlight after the White House said it was investigating his eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump.

Her family’s clothing line was pulled from stores after she announced that she was battling the disease.

She has also been under scrutiny for alleged ties to Russia and a Trump-owned business, which has been the subject of congressional probes.

Ivanka Trump’s father, Jared Kushner, was named as a special counsel investigating the matter.

His brother-in-law and son-in a law firm, Don Jr., was also appointed as special counsel.

The president is not the only president to suffer a health crisis in the past month.

Former President Barack Obama suffered a blood clot in November, and Trump and first lady Melania Trump had a brief bout of pneumonia on November 15.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.