After Donald Trump's White House doctor revealed the results of the president's recent physical, many questioned the validity of the exam. In response to the news, late night host Stephen Colbert decided to chime in.

Colbert on Trump

The health of Donald Trump has been in questioned since early on during his campaign for president and picked up stream as the election came to a close. Due to Trump's reckless habits during interviews, campaign rallies, speeches, and social media posts, as well has his rotund appearance, the former host of "The Apprentice" made a spectacle out of his health by revealing the results of his doctor's visit on "The Dr.

Oz Show." While those results left much to be desired, questions were once again raised as 2018 kicked off, as the president's health was up for debate following the release of "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House." In an attempt to answer those questions, Trump had a physical done last Friday with Dr. Ronny Jackson who revealed that the president was in "excellent health," though he did recommend diet and exercise to drop 15 pounds from his current weight of 239 lbs. This issue was highlighted during the January 16 edition of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."

Kicking off "The Late Show" with his routine cold opening, Stephen Colbert highlighted the president's psychical by playing a clip of Dr.

Ronny Jackson revealing the results at Tuesday's press briefing. "There has been a whole lot of talk about Donald Trump's fitness for office lately...and he took a physical last Friday and today we got the results from his doctor," Colbert said, before playing a clip of Jackson saying the president's heart exam went well. Colbert replied by saying, "despite all evidence, Donald Trump does have a heart."

The video went on to show that Donald Trump is 6'3 and 239 lbs.

"According to the BMI, Trump is overweight and just one pound shy of obesity," Colbert said. "One pound short of being obese? That's awfully convenient," he added.

Doing an impression of the commander in chief, Stephen Colbert recreated a hypothetical situation of Donald Trump talking to his doctor about shaving off a few pounds on the results.

"Listen doc, I don't wanna be obese, but I feel like this wad of cash is about one pound. Why don't you take that off my hands and weigh me again," Colbert said as Trump.

Not buying it

While Stephan Colbert was not impressed with the results of Donald Trump's physical, supporters of the president couldn't have been happier. Donald Jr. took to Twitter to gloat about his father's health, but like his dad, received massive backlash from critics.