The exam at Walter Reed Medical Center in nearby Bethesda, Md., will be the first for Trump since he took office almost a year ago. But beware a poor cholesterol reading.
Those questions will likely be answered by next week, when the White House says the results of the exam will be released.
US Ambassador Robert "Woody" Johnson - a Trump appointee - also explained in an article for the Evening Standard the decision to move the embassy was made in 2008 because of security fears after 9/11.
If Trump had any patient's apprehension going into his exam - which he flew to aboard his Marine One helicopter - he didn't let on.
Buchinsky said he wouldn't be surprised if the president also underwent an electrocardiogram and stress test on a treadmill to determine his cardiovascular health.
While the exams are not mandatory, modern presidents typically undergo them regularly and release a doctor's report declaring they are "fit for duty". But for the past several decades, all presidents have.
Isaacs also told The Washington Post that the president's "complexion doesn't look healthy".
During checkups for President Barack Obama, his doctors expressed concern about the difficulty Mr. Obama had quitting smoking.
The released details of the physical exam could finally lay to rest a mystery surrounding Mr Trump's exact height.
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Friday's exam will not include a psychiatric evaluation of Trump, who boasted recently of being a "very stable genius".
He also said Trump took Crestor, a cholesterol lowering statin; a low dose of aspirin to prevent heart attacks; antibiotics to treat skin rosacea; and Propecia for baldness.
Donald Trump has his first medical exam as USA president on Friday after a week in which his mental fitness for the job has come under intense scrutiny. Dr. Jackson, the president's current doctor, did not reveal whether Mr. Trump is continuing to take that medicine.
"Americans should know whether their president has the energy to stay focused through a long workday and the chances that a significant health issue could compromise the executive office in the years to come". He uses a cart when plays golf. But already his diet has been widely discussed, including his proclivity for fast food, well-done steak with ketchup and diet cola. He does, however, drink gallons of Diet Coke per week, cans of which he summons with a red button.
"What a lot of people don't realize is that those are the main things that we check", she said.
Trump was 70 when he took office, a year older than Ronald Reagan, America's next oldest president at the time of being sworn in.
The book has been dismissed as "tabloid trash" by the White House.
Additionally, the president's medical information is protected by federal law.
As he pointed out, "It's been shown that people age twice as quickly when you're in the president's office".