Published: Sun, January 21, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

What's the Montreal Cognitive Assessment mental test Trump took?

What's the Montreal Cognitive Assessment mental test Trump took?

US President Donald Trump said Tuesday he wants immigrants to come to the United States "from everywhere", according to participants at a White House meeting - a remark in stark contrast with his alleged denunciation of immigration from "sh*thole countries" last week. It resulted in a flawless score.

Jackson said Trump's heart exam was normal, with regular rhythm and no abnormal sounds.

Sen. Lindsey Graham just spoke to reporters and laid into President Donald Trump and the White House for failing to broach a bipartisan deal on immigration reform and DACA with a government shutdown looming.

"I don't know. It's just the way God made him", Jackson said.

"I'm not going to get into all the details of a private meeting".

One working theory had been that Trump has dentures, but Jackson said that's not the case.

"I had given the President some medication, specifically some Sudafed, the days previous and that dried up his secretions more than I meant to and that precipitated", Jackson said.

It's a relatively simple test that helps health professionals tell whether someone has an abnormal cognitive function - whether their ability to think is disturbed. And so I looked into it, ' Jackson said.

To check for possible cognitive dysfunction, the US Department of Veterans Affairs uses the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) neuropsychological test.

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"If he had some type of mental, cognitive issue ... this test is sensitive enough".

'It would pick up on it. He would not have gotten 30 out of 30 on the test. "I was on a treadmill for the first time actually in quite a while, and it was at a very steep angle, and I was there for a very long time", he said.

"There is no indication whatsoever that he has any cognitive issues". He is very sharp'.

It's not part of the usual battery of tests given to a president and may reflect an outpouring of coverage and commentary questioning whether Trump is mentally fit for office. 'I think this has been the narrative for awhile, and I think he saw doing the physical as an opportunity to put some of that to rest'. "He wasn't the least bit concerned that he had anything to hide, so he actively asked me to include that in".

He has recommended the president eat less fat and carbohydrates and that he exercise regularly.

The test does not assess the president's psychiatric fitness and the president did not undergo a psychiatric evaluation, according to his doctor.

Alzheimer's patients often have trouble drawing or naming objects, and the test can quickly indicate problems with short-term memory. "He's more eager about the eating routine part than the activity part", he stated, clowning that he may bring First Lady Melania Trump on board to ensure her better half adheres to an eating regimen and exercise design.

He went around the room like a game-show host in a lightening round, answering queries from reporters, cutting them off when he sensed a hard question coming, admonishing others for not doing their jobs and even complaining at one point that no one was calling him to confirm stories.

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