Jackson said he hadn't heard of any past president ever having a cognitive assessment while in office.
He is known to enjoy high-fat foods like fried chicken, hamburgers and steak - and while he plays golf, he does not have a daily exercise routine.
Most of the comparisons being made are professional athletes, so it stands to reason that Trump could in fact weight 239 pounds but be made up of considerably more fat than those he's being placed next to, who are made up of more muscle (which is denser than fat). I told the President that if he had a healthier diet over the last 20 years, he might live to be 200 years old.
A book published earlier this month, "Fire and Fury" by Michael Wolff, asserted that even Trump's own advisers and associates questioned his fitness for office.
Trump also requested a cognitive test, which isn't usually part of the physical exam, but Jackson said that he had absolutely no concerns over the president's cognitive ability or neurological functioning, after he administered the Montreal Cognitive Assessment.
The test looks for signs of Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia.
Sample questions include asking the patient to draw a clockface, putting in all of the numbers and setting the clock hands to a specific time.
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A score of 22 or under is a cause for concern, but the president got a ideal 30 out of 30. "He gets up and he just starts a new day", the White House doctor said.
The President weighs 239 pounds. His blood pressure was 122/74, within normal bounds, and his cholesterol was on the high side, Jackson said.
Jackson credited the results to genetics.
At the recommendation of the White House doctor, Trump has agreed to go on a diet and exercise program. "He is more enthusiastic about the diet part than the exercise part, but we're going to do both".
Jackson stressed that the test is not a psychological or psychiatric exam, describing it as "a screening tool".
With his reported eating habits and lack of exercise, it made sense for the White House to "release all of this data to show that ... he is in good health", Mishori said.
"I think a reasonable goal over the next year or so would be to lose 10 to 15 pounds", Jackson said.