During his stay in Mar-a-Lago, the luxurious property in Palm Beach that President Donald Trump, fills it with imported foreign workers while removing compassionate immigrants from the country who work hard and respect the law, the president referred briefly to the insult - "Shithole Countries" - that has already spread around the world in many languages.
"I run over to a building next door", Trump, 71, told Reuters.
Dr Jackson said: "He's more enthusiastic about the diet part than the exercise part, but we're going to do both".
Trump, seeking to put to rest lingering questions about his mental fitness for office, asked his doctor to add a cognitive screening test to his first presidential medical exam - and also authorized Dr. Ronny Jackson to release a battery of data from the tests.
Interview: 'I get exercise.
Trump scored 30 out of 30 on the test, Jackson said. "I told the president that if he had a healthier diet over the last 20 years he might live to be 200 years old".
He said Mr Trump used the most vulgar term "more than once".
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Walking would leave him on the course longer than he prefers, he said.
Instead of doing deals with Congress, Trump spends his time assuring us how great he is.
Jackson gave the president's vital statistics as follows: height six feet, three inches (1.90 meters), weight 239 pounds (108 kilogrammes), resting heart rate 68, blood pressure 122/74. Jackson said they set a "reasonable goal" of losing 10 to 15 pounds in the coming year and developing a regular fitness routine.
"I went from VERY successful businessman, to top TV star, to President of the United States (on my first try)".
Jackson says that based on the clinical information he has on Trump and his year of observing the president, "I feel very confident that he has a very strong and a very probable possibility of making it completely through his presidency with no medical issues". But visually, he has abdominal obesity that is associated with poorer than average health outcomes, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes and colorectal cancer, said Neuhouser, who was a member of the committee that drafted the 2015 government dietary guidelines.
"If you don't understand that there's more than one politician in all of us, that's pretty naive", he replied. I hit the [golf] ball far.
Dr. Ronald Petersen, an Alzheimer's disease expert at the prestigious Mayo Clinic, said he could not comment specifically on the president's cognitive health. 'And I'm OK with that'.