Late-Night Hosts Weigh Trump's Physical Exam Results Against Reality and They Don't Match Up
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"I guess he's getting taller as he ages. It's very common," Jimmy Kimmel jokes.

Like most of Twitter, late-night hosts were skeptical, to the say the least, of the results from Donald Trump's first presidential physical exam on Tuesday.

"No heart problems, no dementia, no dentures? But did you test for racism?" Trevor Noah joked.

According to Dr. Ronny Jackson, the 45th POTUS is 6'3" and weighed in at 239 lbs -- which Jimmy Kimmel seemed to think was fake news. Dr. Jackson added that he believes the president is mentally fit, but could stand to lose 10-15 pounds.

"All clinical data indicates that the president is very healthy and he will remain so for the duration of this presidency," the doc said.

See how Noah, Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert reacted to the suspicious exam results.

"Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

The ABC star opened his show with a few inquiries about the president's physical exam.

"The doctor said the examination went exceptionally well, which means he was able to get him to stop eating fried chicken long enough to take his blood pressure," Kimmel said. "Dr. Ronnie Jackson is the White House doctor. He says he has no concerns about the president's cognitive ability -- which that makes one of us -- and despite the fact that he is borderline obese, Trump is in excellent health. How could he be in excellent health when he sneezes and gravy comes out? Look at him."

The ABC late-night host then began to question the legitimacy of the president's results since the doctor is reporting he is 6'3" when his New York drivers license reads 6'2".

"I guess he's getting taller as he ages," Kimmel said. "It's very common."

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon"

After Fallon told his audience that the doctor gave Trump's health glowing reviews, the NBC late-night host hinted that there might be something fishy going on behind the scenes.

"Surprise, surprise," Fallon said. "Trump thanked Jackson and told him to say hi to his brother Jermaine and Tito, which I thought was very tough."

"And Randy was fantastic on 'American Idol,' too," Fallon added in his best Trump impression.

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"

The CBS late-night host zeroed in on Dr. Jackson breaking big news: "Heart exam was normal."

"So despite all evidence, Donald Trump does have a heart," Colbert said.

The late-night host continued to analyze the results because he believes it was just a little too convenient that the president's weight was just a pound shy of being considered obese.

"Listen doc, I don't want to be obese, but I feel like this wad of cash is about one pound," Colbert said in his best Trump impression. "Why don't you take this off my hands and weigh me again, OK?"

And if you're doubting the results like the reporters who were present for the doc's press conference, Dr. Jackson said the president just has "great genes."

"OK, great genes," Colbert said. "But he can't fit in them."

"The Daily Show with Trevor Noah"

Noah began his Comedy Central show by listing the health concerns that Dr. Jackson checked the president for.

"No heart problems, no dementia, no dentures? But did you test for racism?" Noah said.

The comedian hoped the results are incorrect because if not, that would mean Trump is acting crazy on purpose.

"So it turns out, according to the official White House doctor, Trump is completely sane, which makes me more worried because that means he's doing all of the shit on purpose," he said. "You 'covfefe' in your normal mind? Because to us, the non-experts, the only thing that looks healthy about Donald Trump is that he's shaped like a food pyramid, right? To say that his health is excellent, it's like medicine is gaslighting us now. I mean, how is this even possible?"

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