Just last week Donald Trump took part in his yearly physical where his doctor assured him that he was in "excellent health." During the daily press briefing at the White House, the doctor elaborated further much to the speculation of critics.

Trump's health

During his campaign for president, Donald Trump would routinely come under fire for appearing to not be in the best physical health. Trump's eating habits have been well-documented, with the president being known to down two Big Macs and two Filet-O-Fish for lunch on a routine basis, along with fries and a chocolate shake.

When serious questions were raised as Election Day was approaching, Trump had the results of his physical revealed during "The Dr. Oz Show" that showed the president in good health. Fast forward to present day and new questions have been raised following the release of Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" where members of the White House staff and administration have been reportedly worried about Trump's health. After the president was examined by Dr. Ronny Jackson, the results were that the commander in chief was in "excellent health," with the doctor elaborating further during the January 16 press briefing.

Along side White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Dr.

Ronny Jackson gave additional information about Donald Trump's physical. Jackson went on to explain that Trump, standing 6.2 inches and weighing 239 lbs, was in "excellent health." Jackson went through the full breakdown of the physical and found nothing to cause concern. However, Jackson did recommend a diet lower in fat and carbohydrates and more exercise.

Twitter reacts

After the doctor gave an update on Donald Trump's health, those who oppose the president weren't convinced and lashed out on Twitter. "Doctor says President Trump needs better diet and exercise and could lose 10-15 pounds. Like much of America!" Howard Kurtz wrote.

"I'm sorry, but no.

There is no earthly way that Donald Trump is 239 pounds. There is no fu*king way. I am calling bullsh*t. Is there any penalty for a physician, military or otherwise, lying about the health of a patient?" another tweet added. "I can’t believe Donald Trump eats McDonalds and drinks Diet Coke all day everyday & is healthy. His diet must be exaggerated. Plus he’s rich so he’s been had the best health care. I’m guessing people love getting giggles off the idea of him eating cheeseburgers in bed every night," a follow up tweet stated.

"Anyone really think this dr would say anything other than Donald trump is in good health?? Of course not they’re all liars," another tweet read. The backlash continued as many critics didn't trust the words of the president's doctor.