Published: Tue, January 23, 2018
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White House Reporter Asks If Donald Trump Is Addicted to Drugs

White House Reporter Asks If Donald Trump Is Addicted to Drugs

"He said, 'I want you to get out there and I want you to talk to them and I want you to answer every single question they have, '" Dr Jackson said of Mr Trump.

"All clinical data indicates that the president is now very healthy, and that he will remain so for the duration of his presidency. the presidents overall health is excellent", said Navy Rear Adm Dr. Ronny Jackson, who shared the results of Trump?s first physical.

"It's a screening assessment that we use routinely in the clinics to determine whether someone has some degree of cognitive impairment or not", said Dr. James Mastrianni, an expert in memory disorders at the University of Chicago Medicine.

The skeptics base their doubt in part on photos now viral on social media: the President side-by-side famous athletes who share the same height and weight.

Trump attempted to clarify matters about his mental abilities by tweeting that he was a "very stable genius".

"I found no reason whatsoever to think the president has any issues whatsoever with his thought process".

That's according to his White House physician, navy doctor Ronny Jackson. The doctor said he had "absolutely no concerns" about Trump's cognitive abilities.

Asked by the Times about Trump's so-called excellent health, Maron offered his opinion: "God, no".

Presidents are not legally required to get a health checkup but modern presidents do so regularly and release a doctor's report on the findings.

Bennett's Jackson says, "It's my expert medical opinion, that the president's gotta rockin' bod".

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Ronny Jackson gave additional information about Donald Trump's physical.

Jackson also faced questions on whether Trump had dementia, OCD, diabetes, dentures, or heart problems.

"So the president has heart disease", Gupta concluded Wednesday.

"I get exercise. I mean I walk, I this, I that", the 71-year-old told Reuters at the Oval Office.

However, according to Jackson, Trump's changed his habits since becoming President, cutting down on his Maccies orders.

President Trump was given an excellent chance of exceeding the average life expectancy for an American man, which the National Centre for Health Statistics places at 78.6.

With a background in emergency medicine, the doctor has served in navy bases across the United States, as well as an explosive unit in Italy and a platoon in Iraq as the resuscitative medicine physician. Trump's blood pressure was 122 over 74, and his total cholesterol was 223, which is higher than recommended.

Jackson says Trump is healthy and should remain so for the remainder of his presidency.

The President intends to take diet and exercise steps to lose perhaps 10 to 15 pounds, and is also planning to take a higher dose of Crestor, a cholesterol medication, Jackson said. Fast forward to present day and new questions have been raised following the release of #Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" where members of the White House staff and administration have been reportedly anxious about Trump's health.

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