Dr. Wood works to make the return home easier from a mental health standpoint.
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A psychiatrist who edited a provocative book about President Donald Trump's mental health said Monday that there were signs he was "unraveling" as pressure from the Russian Federation probe increases on his administration.
The president himself, meanwhile, pushed back forcefully on the Wolff book, saying he was a "very stable genius".
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders faced questions three days in a row about Trump's mental health and his ability to serve as commander-in-chief.
Wolfe says many struggling veterans don't ask for help.
Amid other things, the book revealed that the U.S. president prefers to eat McDonalds and has prohibited the White House staff from touching his stuff out of his fear of being poisoned.
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The Executive Order signed by the President requires DoD, DHS and VA to develop and submit a plan within 60 days to improve mental health treatment resources available to service members transitioning from military to civilian life. Without any actual facts about the mental function of Trump, it is not possible to come to a valid conclusion.
"Our current libel laws are a sham and a disgrace, and do not represent American values or American fairness", Trump said, reading from a sheet of prepared notes.
The changes will stem from an executive order that the president will sign Tuesday afternoon, administration officials said. However, some experts suggest the results, which the White House has claimed it will publicize, may not reveal much information about the president's health and wellness, Bloomberg reports.
The Pentagon also will look for ways to start the transition process for service members earlier during their time in uniform, the official said, though the timelines are not yet clear.
Trump was 70 when he took office on January 20, 2017, making him the oldest person ever sworn into the nation's highest office.
The White House, which has disavowed the book, said this week that the physical won't include a psychiatric exam and insisted Trump is "sharp as a tack".
The president loves fast food, well-done steaks with ketchup, chocolate cake, ice cream and is said to drink 12 Diet Cokes a day. "These dedicated men and women have put their lives on the line to protect our nation and our American way of life, and we owe them a debt we can never repay".
A controversial new book by journalist Michael Wolff claimed Mr Trump was failing to recognise old friends and often repeated stories "word-for-word". His actions and statements tend to confirm the picture that Wolff's book presents: a president who might be unfit in his job and risky to his country and the world.