President Trump in excellent health despite high cholesterol and being overweight



The New York Times and other news outlets reported that Dr Ronny L. Jackson, who's the White House doctor, said there was no indication whatsoever that Trump had "any cognitive issues".

The test given was the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, or MoCA.

Trump takes a low dose of Crestor, a cholesterol medicine, to regulate his cholesterol.

"The president is very sharp", and will remain healthy for the rest of his tenure as president, Jackson said.

While reviews of the past five presidents' physical exams show only a brief mention of mental health and none of the records includes a readout of the mental health tests, this letter points out that mental evaluations are routine during physicals, particularly for patients who are 66 or older.

This follows question marks over the president's mental state raised in the book by Michael Woolf, Fire and Fury.

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He said that while Trump "doesn't have a daily exercise regiment", Trump "has a lot of energy, a lot of stamina".

One questioner asked what was basically on everyone's mind: if the president's diet is basically McDonald's cheeseburgers and Diet Coke (with no exercise to speak of) how can he possibly be in good health?

Trump responded by claiming to be a "very stable genius".

Among other details, Jackson's summary included the president's height and weight-75 inches and 239 pounds.

But Jackson did say he had concerns about Trump's diet and exercise and has recommended some changes. But Jackson reported that Trump got a ideal 30 out of 30 score on a common dementia screening exam called the Montreal Cognitive Assessment.

White House doctor Ronny Jackson spoke to reporters for almost an hour today answering anything and everything related to the results of the President's 2018 physical he took this past Friday. However, Trump, according to Jackson, specifically asked to be screened for impairments such as Alzheimer's.

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Several people who were at the meeting last week or familiar with the discussions, said Trump disparaged those countries in vulgar, racially tinged terms.

Jackson explained that the test is created to reveal evidence of Alzheimer's disease or other issues.

White House doctor Ronny Jackson highlighted Trump's "excellent" cardiac health and also praised his eyesight.

Jackson said Tuesday that there were no readings he was withholding.

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"He continues to enjoy the significant long-term cardiac and overall health benefits that come from a lifetime of abstinence from tobacco and alcohol", Jackson pointed out. Jackson said that Trump's cholesterol level is now elevated, so he is increasing Trump's medication.

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