Reporters are challenging Trump’s doctor who spent four hours examining the President.

Despite doctors giving Trump a clean bill of health, reporters decided to speculate that the President has mental health issues and heart disease.

The press was briefed for an hour and 15 minutes, and the doctor explained in detail that President Trump is in perfect health, and fully in control of his faculties, still the media refuses to believe what the doctor said.

Keep in mind, this is not Trump’s private physician, this is the same doctor who looked after Presidents Bush and Obama.

Breitbart reported:

“President Donald Trump’s doctor, Admiral Ronny Jackson, repeatedly reassured reporters during Tuesday’s White House press briefing that the President is in excellent physical and cognitive health and achieved a perfect 30 out of 30 score on an extensive cognitive test during last week’s physical exam.

The doctor stated that they administered the Montreal Cognitive Assessment during the President’s physical exam that took place last week at Walter Reed Medical Center.

The doctor said that he did not originally plan on doing a cognitive assessment as he has seen the president and interacted with him almost every day and did not see a need for it; however, the President requested that a cognitive assessment be included in the examination of his health.

The President scored a 30 out of 30 on the cognitive assessment. Jackson said that the President did “exceedingly well” on the extensive test of his cognitive health.

Asked by members of the media about the President’s fitness for office, Jackson said that based on his exam and day to day interactions, “Absolutely, he is fit for duty.”

This is about as clear of a report as you can get, yet the media would not believe the same doctor who reported on Obama’s health.  The news media speculated the following during the briefing.

New York Times: ‘Is Mr. Trump Nuts?’

USA Today: “Battles over Trump’s mental health and ‘fitness’ for office sidetrack his policy agenda”

Washington Post: “Wolff’s book has thrust the topic [of Trump’s mental stability] to the forefront of public debate

NBC’s Chuck Todd: “[A] president … with a staff that questioned his ‘fitness for office’ and his mental stability.”

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough: “I’ve written twice in my column a quote about one of the people closest to Donald Trump during the campaign saying he’s got early stage of dementia.”

Trump’s perfect score on a mental acuity test once again exposes the media as wild conspiracy theorists and flat-out liars.  But it won’t stop them.

And then there was CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta who said Trump was at risk for a heart attack, despite everything the doctor who examined Trump said.

The speculation on Trump’s mental health has been ongoing since the psychiatrist who told Congressional Democrats that President Trump is unbalanced, but she has recanted.

The reason for her back peddling is shocking…when she did it, she broke the rules of her profession.

Breitbart reported:

Dr. Bandy X. Lee, the Yale professor and clinical psychiatrist who reportedly briefed members of Congress last month about President Donald Trump’s supposed mental instability, backed away from those claims on Monday.

Appearing on Midday Live with Dr. Drew and Mike Catherwood on TalkRadio 790 KABC in Los Angeles, Dr. Lee was forced to admit that other presidents, such as Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt, also had psychological profiles that would be “concerning” to her.

She then allowed that she was not talking about “mental illness” when it came to President Trump.

Dr. Drew noted that it would be impossible for anyone to last through the presidency based on the standard Dr. Lee seemed to be applying, and presented a thought experiment to her:

Dr. Drew: Let me describe a person in a public office. This man is middle-aged. He comes from wealth. He’s done very erratic business ventures. He speaks tangentially. He roams the streets at night and beats people up in the office — he had an office in law enforcement at one point. Then he had an office where he was buying battleships. In a higher office, he could not sit down, was walking constantly, was very irritable and irascible and extremely impulsive. Should that guy be in office?

Dr. Lee: Well, I mean, that would be a very, very concerning person.

Dr. Drew: How about this one — let me give you another one. This guy had a long history of depression. And there’s a story of him being so, so profoundly depressed that one day he was walking down the street, and his son, who was pulling a red wagon — an by the way, his doctor had him on mercury, and who knows that might have done to his mental status — and the wagon flipped over, and the child dropped out of the wagon, and in his fugue depression, continued to walk for another half mile down the street — is that somebody who should be in office?

Dr. Lee: I wouldn’t speak to whether the person should be in office. It does look like the person would need an evaluation.

Dr. Drew: Yeah, so the first one was Theodore Roosevelt. The second one was Abraham Lincoln. And so that’s my fear — that if we start creating these things they’re going to be applied in ways that have unintended effects. That’s my fear.

Dr. Lee: Exactly, exactly. So we’re really not talking about mental illness here. Or what the person has. That is really a private affair. What is of concern is whether or not the person has the capacity to serve. And his function, his or her function, is what is of public concern.

Lee is part of a group called “The National Coalition of Concerned Mental Health Experts,” KABC notes, whose members are committed to the view that “Trump’s mental state presents a clear and present danger to our nation and individual well-being.”

The liberal media’s attacks on President Trump are non-relenting and it seems that no amount of evidence will convince the press that they are pushing a false narrative.