LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB/AP) -- President Donald Trump performed "exceedingly well" on a surprise cognitive screening test administered last week, his doctor said Tuesday, as the White House continued to bat back questions about the president's mental fitness for office.
Dr. Ronny Jackson, the White House physician who administered Trump's first presidential physical last week, said Trump received a perfect score on a test designed to detect early signs of memory loss and other mild cognitive impairment.
The Montreal Cognitive Assessment Trump took (shown below), includes remembering a list of spoken words; listening to a list of random numbers and repeating them backward; naming as many words as possible that begin with a certain within a minute; accurately drawing a cube; and describing concrete ways that two objects - like a train and a bicycle - are alike.
The highest score possible is 30 points.
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