White House Doctor: Donald Trump's Excellent Health 'Just How God Made Him'

by Garry Watts January 21, 2018, 1:16
White House Doctor: Donald Trump's Excellent Health 'Just How God Made Him'

In what seemed like a move to put rumors surrounding Trump's mental health to rest, Jackson revealed the results of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) test that the president reportedly scored full marks on.

Developed in Montreal in 1996, it was created to measure "mild cognitive impairment" according to the Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery.

Trump has faced several questions about his mental fitness to be president.

Trump himself countered the claims on Twitter earlier this month, saying he was a "very stable genius".

Trump is known to have indulged in McDonalds and other fast food on the campaign trail - but Jackson said he has changed his habits since becoming president and has been eating healthier.

"There's no indication whatsoever that he has any cognitive issues", Jackson said.

"I've found no reason whatsoever to think that the president has any issues whatsoever with his thought process", he said. It is not a psychological exam.

White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said Dr Jackson is the physician from the medical team that Trump spends the most time with.

"So the president has heart disease", Gupta declared. Jackson said the water-gulping incident was a result of Suddafed.

The average grade for the 30-point test is 27.4, though a score over 26 is considered "normal".

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"He's more enthusiastic about the diet part than the exercise part but we're going to do both", Jackson said.

Trump specifically asked to be screened for dementia, even though such a test is not recommended at his age, Jackson said. "And I would say that's the category he falls in right now". "I don't know. Some people have great genes". His mother died at 88 and his father lived to 93, though he suffered from Alzheimer's disease for about five years.

"He continues to enjoy the significant long-term cardiac and overall health benefits that come from a lifetime of abstinence from tobacco and alcohol", he added.

It was Trump's first periodical physical as president and was conducted last Friday at the Walter Reed Army National Military Medical Center. Graham said Trump had been badly served by his staff and the situation had turned into an "s-show".

"I mean I walk, I this, I that", Trump said.

Jackson estimated that Trump only gets 4 to 5 hours of sleep a night.

That's according to his White House physician, Navy doctor Ronny Jackson. She read a letter written by Richard Tubb, a former physician to the president who trained Jackson and vouched for his integrity.

He talked about the F-35 jet and why it was a waste of money and how he would be negotiating other government contracts to save the USA "billions and billions of dollars".

Physically, Trump is borderline obese (6 foot, 2 inches tall and 239 pounds), and his cholesterol levels are borderline high (143 LDL "bad" cholesterol), according to the vitals reported by Jackson. Social media users are now asking Trump to step on a scale.

Apart from this, Trump has no problems in vision, head, ears, nose, and throat.

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