Trump to get first presidential physical exam Friday

Elias Hubbard
January 13, 2018

People reacted in disbelief after the amount of demonstrably false things Trump has said, which top White House adviser Kellyanne Conway has spun as "alternative facts". "Otherwise the stock market will not be happy".

The election of Donald Trump was a shot heard around the world.

Earlier he said he expected the examination to go well and that he would be surprised if it didn't.

Trump swatted down claims of mental instability over the weekend, calling himself "a very stable genius" and 'like, really smart'.

He will travel to the Washington suburb of Bethesda to undergo the examination on Friday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Thursday.

The president had sought to use an unusually public negotiating session with lawmakers on immigration Tuesday to seize political momentum and rebut the book's claim that he is ill-equipped to occupy the Oval Office. "We've got a insane leading the North Korea and we've got a insane in the White House", Rep. John Garamendi of Walnut Grove said Friday on CNN. Lee insisted she was not attempting to diagnose President Trump's mental health; but rather warning that his behavior and actions pose a direct and indirect threat to public health because he has shown violent tendencies.

Mr Trump, on the campaign trail in 2016, repeatedly questioned whether his opponent, Hillary Clinton, possessed the mental acumen to be president.

The Trump administration is turning its focus to mental health for veterans this week.

Amid other things, the book revealed that the USA president prefers to eat McDonalds and has prohibited the White House staff from touching his stuff out of his fear of being poisoned.

"If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency", Bornstein wrote.

According to a recent book Donald Trump is a big fan of fast food and soft drinks.

President Donald Trump says the reviews are in: He puts on a "tremendous" meeting.

"We don't have an adequate picture of how many veterans are taking their lives and this will help with that".

The book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", has drawn huge sales and publicity, despite concerns over many of its details, in part driven by Trump's unsuccessful effort to block its publication.

Speculations about his mental state came after journalist Michael Wolff's controversial new book suggested that Trump was failing to recognise old friends and that he would often retell stories "word-for-word".

Earl Blumenauer, a Democrat congressman for OR who sits in the House of Representatives, has called Trump the "Liar in Chief", as there are many more examples of false statements from the president.

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