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20 January 2018

Sen. Lindsey Graham saw a distinct change in President Donald Trump's views on immigration legislation last week - and he pinned it on one White House aide in particular on Friday.

"The president is mentally very sharp", Jackson said.

He said: "I will give 100 thousand dollars to Trump's favourite charity if he will step on an accurate scale with an impartial medical professional, okayed by both of us. I think he's never closed a deal before".

"I will just say for the record, Senator Graham spoke up in a way that I respect very much, countering what the President had said about countries in Africa", Durbin said.

"He has absolutely no cognitive or mental issues whatsoever", Dr Jackson said, adding that it was to his knowledge the first time a serving United States president had undergone such an assessment.

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In her statement Wednesday, Nielsen said she is "thoroughly disappointed" that attention keeps being given to the meeting, when "we have serious and urgent border and immigration issues to address". There's still some room", Graham said, later adding, "I don't think John Kelly's irrational.

When White House physician Dr Ronny Jackson revealed Tuesday that the Filet-o-Fish-loving Trump supposedly weighed in at 108.4kg, or 239 pounds, combining with his height of 190cm, or 6-foot-3, to put him in the body mass index category of "overweight" but narrowly missing "obesity", the internet responded with sizeable scrutiny. This was a chance for the White House to put to rest any rumours about the president's health.

Kanfer got 27 out of 30 answers correct which, according to the doctor, is not concerning.

"When I asked him specifically about that test, he did then concede that, in fact, the president does have heart disease". And how did he do?

After speaking with Dr Jackson, he claims he admitted he had heart disease.

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There have been more than 56,000 tweets about the girther movement since late on the 16 January, with one of the first tweets to use the term posted by political commentator Chris Hayes.

In making the case to CNN's Dana Bash that Trump isn't well served by his own administration, Graham is apparently trying to circumvent the White House to appeal to the President himself as Congress nears a shutdown due, in part, to disagreements about immigration. In general, Jackson found Trump was in good health. He doesn't drink or smoke but he does take some medication on a regular basis including a cholesterol drug, aspirin and a drug to prevent hair loss.

Donald Trump has spoken about his love of McDonald's. "He would benefit from a diet that is lower in fat and carbohydrates and from a routine exercise regimen".

Weight, weight, don't tell him.

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Take the cognitive test Trump aced