The Telegraph reports that the checkup will be conducted at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the largest military hospital in the US.
Twitter user Travis Allen, who has obviously upset the president before as he has blocked him on the social network, called Trump the "biggest liar in modern history" following his latest ironic words. That victory itself by a political novice was a measure of brilliance, defenders of the president say. "The accomplishments speak for themselves". When discussing Trump's upcoming medical examination, Gidley also said that Trump would not undergo a psychiatric evaluation, according to Washington Post reporter Josh Dawsey.
"He's as sharp as a tack". He demands his staff to be the same way, ' Gidley added.
President Donald Trump says the reviews are in: He puts on a "tremendous" meeting.
He claimed "throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being like, really smart".
Last year, during a visit with world leaders in Sicily, Italy, Trump opted not to walk with them a length of about two football fields for a group photo, but instead waited for a golf cart to take him the short distance.
According to Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, who briefed the press on the plans, a primary goal is to drive down suicides among veterans - especially recent veterans, who have been found to commit suicide at a rate of double the general population within the first year after being released to the general population.
Dr Jackson was deployed in the Iraq War during the Bush administration as Emergency Medicine Physician in the Surgical Shock Trauma Platoon in Taqaddum in Iraq.
Trump's father, Fred Trump, died in 1999 after a six-year battle with Alzheimer's Disease, a degenerative brain-wasting condition.
'He was 88 years when he developed it, and he died at 94, ' Trump observed at the time.
None of the members claim to have examined the President.
However, the president has the power to hold back any details he wishes, as did Mr Obama, whose clean bill of health came with barely a single negative point.
In September 2016, Bornstein issued another letter that said Trump was 6-foot-3-inches tall and weighed 236 pounds.
"They get out of the military and have nobody to talk to, nobody to speak to", the president said.
I think a professor who helped write the official book on mental disorders has it exactly right.
On Tuesday, Jackson plans to take questions from reporters at the White House about the exam.