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Fire and Fury

But the White House said the claims about Trump's mental health are "complete fantasy".

"Listen, my view of the President - I find him to be engaging, gracious, you know, pretty amusing, and I don't have a question he's fit for office", Sen.

Trump's libel law talk came after a week's worth of embarrassing stories about his troubled presidency, citing the new book "Fire and Fury". "I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius.and a very stable genius at that!" he concluded. Wolff, a notorious writer from NY chronicles the first nine months of Trump's time in the White House.

Do we know anything about any of President Trump's other physical exams? Trump has said he takes statin, a drug created to lower cholesterol levels.

The two hour medical exam will include blood and urine test, heart checks and questions about his sleeping habits and sex life.

President George W. Bush's first physical was conducted by a panel that included a gastroenterologist, radiologist, optometrist, neurologist, orthopedist, audiologist, dermatologist, otolaryngologist, pulmonologist, urologist, cardiologist and podiatrist - but no psychiatrist or psychologist, at least one that was publicly disclosed.

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Trump's criticism of libel laws followed an earlier tweet Wednesday, in which he attacked the courts, another check on his authority, for a ruling that went against his decision to end the DACA program.

Trump has called the author Michael Wolff a fraud who made up material for the book, but Wolff said he spent many days months inside the West Wing for his reporting. But it's the legal comments and actions that stand out - because it's incredibly unusual to see a political leader acting this way and it demonstrates a lack of respect for the free press.

President Donald Trump's health has been questioned after a few recent instances that raised eyebrows.

I would suggest that, along with the physical exam Trump is to undergo this week, he should also be examined by a physician who is educated and experienced in diagnosing neurocognitive disorders such as Alzheimer's and dementia. The letter revealed that Trump took a daily aspirin and a low dose of a statin, used to lower cholesterol.

Cognitive assessments aren't routine in standard physicals, although they recently became covered in Medicare's annual wellness visits for seniors.

A smiling President Trump said: "It better go well, otherwise the stock market will not be happy". Obama's exam reports chronicled his struggle to quit smoking.

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The changes will stem from an executive order that the president will sign Tuesday afternoon, administration officials said. He had previously worked in the White House medical office treating Cabinet members and senior staff since 2006.

Several past presidents have had major health issues while in office that were kept from the public.

Barbara Perry, director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller Center, said, "There's a long history in the presidency of presidents hiding their medical infirmities, both as candidates and as presidents".

Trump, 71, is the oldest first-term president.

Among the most prominent was Woodrow Wilson, who suffered a stroke that left him incapacitated, a fact that was kept from his own Cabinet. (Ronald Reagan was 69 when he was elected president).

John F. Kennedy had several health problems, most notably Addison's disease, an adrenal gland disorder, which was concealed from the public. Trump was 70 when he was inaugurated a year ago to handle the 24/7 demands of being president.

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