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How an immigrant to Canada helped Donald Trump prove his mental health

22 January 2018

Jackson, who is the official physician to the president, said he did not see anything unusual - especially not for a 71-year-old American.

A black woman at a Christian bookstore in Alexander City, Alabama, was concerned about the president's rhetoric regarding immigrants, minorities and thought his use of Twitter was "gross" but because of "where she lived", was nervous about being on camera.

Jackson, who has watched over the health of U.S. presidents since 2013, revealed all about the current state of Donald Trump's physical and mental health during a press conference on Tuesday (16 January). "Do you keep a tally and do you consider that exercise?"

But the girther movement, propelled mainly by critics of the President, posits that Mr Trump is shorter and heavier than the report suggests.

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Isn't Trump demonstrating that he's nothing but a racist and pursuing a policy of "Make America White Again"? "Because to be honest with you, per all the guidelines that are out there, it's just not indicated at this time".

Though his predecessors often arrived in the Oval Office by 9 a.m., Trump prefers to start his day where he feels the most comfortable and unfettered - inside of the private residence. His question was ignored.

"Our AU Presidents must respond strongly to this insult", reads a tweet by Ghana's President John Mahama. And, on a day-to-day basis it has been my experience that the president-is very sharp, he is very articulate when he speaks to me.

According to White House doctor Ronny Jackson, Trump scored "exceedingly well" (30 out of 30) on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment and has "no cognitive issues whatsoever".

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However, despite the results, and Dr. Jackson's insistence that in his professional opinion the president is "fit for duty", the press corps focused intently on that part of the exam. It is a good question: where do you stand? "Why don't we get more people from Norway?'" Durbin said.

Others have been sharing photographs of professional athletes with a similar height and weight to the President, pointing out the disparity in their appearance. In a recent Chicago Tribune article, the author has asked us all to examine ourselves and our reaction to Trump's comment, arguing that this comment in particular provides defining moment in our lives, a clear picture into who we are as people.

In response to speculation that the president has mental health problems, Jackson said, "In my opinion, that's just tabloid psychiatry".

Donald Trump has shown no abnormal signs following a cognitive test and is in "excellent" health, the White House physician said, January 16, after the 71-year-old President underwent his first medical check-up amidst speculation about his mental abilities, writes Lalit K. Jha.

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How an immigrant to Canada helped Donald Trump prove his mental health