First, it's important to note that the president isn't required to undergo a medical exam.
According to the, housed in Trump's Department of Health and Human Services, older patients should have brief annual assessments for cognitive impairment as part of their well-care exams under Medicare.
Some of the comments were published in a new book about Trump's first year, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" by Michael Wolff, which White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has denounced as "complete fantasy" for portraying her 71-year-old boss as undisciplined and in over his head as president.
But there's no guarantee Jackson will provide a comprehensive report, because undergoing a physical is voluntary for a president and Trump can pick and choose what the public hears. "I'll be very surprised if it doesn't", he had said Thursday when asked by a reporter about his expectations for the doctor's appointment.
A review of the past five presidents' physical exams shows there has been no single format for releasing information about the President's health.
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But past year , the reality star admitted she was struggling to cope with the huge transition because she felt isolated. Shelton appeared on the Channel 4 show in 2009 while she was in the United Kingdom as a student living in Leeds.
Here in the U.S., there is a lot of media interest in the president's health and Donald Trump was asked about his medical check-up by reporters yesterday.
The White House announced it would offer reporters the chance to speak with Jackson in the middle of an outside debate over the president's mental fitness.
The same doctor nine months earlier, in an even shorter letter, had noted Trump's "astonishingly excellent" lab results and closed: "If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency". The check-up came just before Trump left for another weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort, a golf club at which he spent almost every third day of his presidency in 2017 alone.
According to a recent book Donald Trump is a big fan of fast food and soft drinks.
Whether the exam, which Trump is nearly certainly expected to pass, stops concerns about his fitness for the role of US President remains to be seen.