US President Donald Trump is busy with his latest medical examination, but remains in "very good health," says his official doctor, Sean Connley.
Mr Trump received a higher dose of the drug to reduce
Mr Trump had weighed 110 kg (243lb) in the study last week, which was 239 lb at the beginning of 2018.  Other doctors noted that his body mass index (BMI) has now fallen over 30, which is considered clinically obese.
"I have decided that the president remains in very good health," Dr Conley said in a brief statement issued by the White House after examining the 72-year-old.
of his report were published minutes after officials announced that Mr Trump would declare a "national emergency" at the US-Mexico border in an attempt to secure a border wall funding.
President Trump, who has a common form of heart disease, was previously asked to lose at least 10 pounds. The US president has been reportedly supporting a fast-food and dietetic diet and has long been facing health issues.
He does not say well and says he has never drunk alcohol. He is also a non-smoker.
During his campaign, he issued a letter stating that he would be the "healthiest man ever elected," but the doctor he later called, said that Mr Trump himself was wrote the letter.
Last year, Dr. Ronnie Jackson said the president had "incredible genes," and it is not a matter of concern that he slept only four or five hours a night because it's "just his nature."
In the latest issue, Dr. Connelly said he did not find any significant health problems during the annual review. "There are no relevant findings or changes to report his physical examination, including the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, teeth / gums, heart, lungs, skin, gastrointestinal and neurological systems," said the medical summary The report revealed that the dose of its anticholesterolemic drug – rosuvastatin, was increased from 10 mg to 40 mg