Trump proposes ways to improve care for kidney disease and increase transplants

Trump trolled for saying kidneys have a ‘special place in the heart’

Trump trolled for saying kidneys have a ‘special place in the heart’

This sole statement raised people's eyebrows online as kidneys are usually not located in the heart, and people were quick enough to troll the United States president. Earlier he dubbed Prince Charles as the Prince of Whales (yes, the sea mammal), when he's actually the Prince of Wales. Officials pointed to a study suggesting that in the long term, it may be possible to find 17,000 more kidneys and 11,000 other organs from deceased donors for transplant every year, the AP reported.

US President Donald Trump has once again become a victim of trolls on social media after his freaky statement which messed up basic anatomy of the human body.

The president also appeared to claimed the Moon was a part of Mars in a scathing tweet aimed at NASA at the beginning of June. "It is an incredible thing", which is most certainly not where it's located. "People that have to go through this... people have loved ones that are working so hard to stay alive, they have to work so hard", professed President Trump in his speech on Wednesday. His voice just gave me kidney cancer. A lot of people took to Twitter to inform Trump that kidneys do not, in fact, have a place in the heart. "It's really fantastic, and it's truly an exciting day for advancing kidney health in our country", Trump concluded.

Chris Meeks, director of Legacy of Hope (formerly Alabama Organ Center) is available to provide additional comments on what this means for organ procurement.

"The kidneys make urine which passes through your ureters to your bladder. controlling your blood pressure".