President Trump's recent mental fitness has been critiqued in recent weeks, particularly because of the release of Michael Wolff's controversial book about the inside dwelling of The White House called "Fire and Fury." The book detailed a number of alarming incidents during Trump's first year in office, and forced the president to publicly defend his competence. He even took to Twitter to brand himself a "very stable genius" and call himself "like, really smart." These are terms that have since been subject to a large amount of ridicule on social media.

How did the doctor's visit go?

"I've found no reason whatsoever to think the President has any issues whatsoever with his thought processes," Admiral Ronny Jackson said. The White House physician said in a press briefing on Tuesday that he had no intention of conducting a cognitive exam, and was not concerned over the president's mental capabilities whatsoever. He simply did it because the president asked him to. Jackson continued to say that President Trump did "exceedingly well" on his cognitive examination during the president's annual physical.

How is President Trump's physical health?

Looking past his apparent mental stability and prowess, Jackson said that the president is one pound shy of being classified as "obese." The doctor continued by saying that the president, who weighs 239 pounds, has high cholesterol and could benefit from a healthier diet and more exercise.

The doctor told reporters in the press briefing that he has recommended that Trump lose 10-15 pounds, which could be achieved by having a diet with a lower intake of fat and carbohydrates. This may be complicated for the president, who has been known to eat McDonald's regularly because he has a longstanding fear of being poisoned.

Michael Wolff's book explains that the president used to only be comfortable eating food that people prepared without knowing it was for him. Additionally, Trump has described himself as a germophobe, and likes to eat McDonald's for the consistency. "I like cleanliness, and I think you're better off going there than maybe someplace that you have no idea where the food's coming from," Trump said.

Mother Jones reported that according to a 2016 book by Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher, "Trump believed the human body was like a battery, with a finite amount of energy, which exercise only depleted."

What do you think about the president needing to lose weight?