Doctor Totally Foils Reporters Asking About Trump’s Alleged Fast Food Diet

White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson derailed reporters asking about President Donald Trump’s eating habits.

During a news conference Tuesday about the president’s health, a reporter asked Jackson how a guy that “eats McDonald’s and all the Diet Cokes and never exercises is in as good of shape as you say he’s in.”

The doctor had an epic response. Not only is the president now eating the best food the White House chefs can come up with, he has another thing working in his favor.

“It’s called genetics,” he said.

“Some people have just great genes. I told the president that if he had a healthier diet, he might live to be 200 years old. I don’t know. He has incredible genes, I just assume,” he added.

Jackson went on to say that if he followed the same diet as Trump, he would not have the cardiac and overall health that the president has.

“It’s just the way God made him,” he concluded.

Jackson also said Trump’s mental health was fine.

Take a look at the exchange in the clip below:

The left has relentlessly gone after Trump’s health as a way of removing him from the White House.

From alleging early-onset Alzheimer’s to questioning the president’s day-to-day mental health, Trump opponents simply cannot stop themselves from slamming the commander in chief.

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The economy is improving, unemployment is down and the Islamic State group is not longer the threat it was under former President Barack Obama. Yet, the left is worried about Trump’s diet and what kind of shape he is in.

Sure, it is important to eat a balanced diet and exercise, but if Jackson is willing to say that the president is in good shape, then we can only assume the president is in good shape.

But the way things are going, by the end of Trump’s administration, Democrats may be the ones in need mental help.

H/T Independent Journal Review

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