But social media users aren't buying Trump's supposed measurements.
Although Donald Trump's first medical evaluation in office may have eased recent concerns about his mental state, it also sparked a mocking "girther" movement among those who question official findings that the president is 6-foot-3 and weighs 239 pounds.
"I will give 100 thousand dollars to Trump's favorite charity if he will step on an accurate scale with an impartial medical professional, okayed by both of us", Gunn tweeted Tuesday.
Still, there are some that don't believe Jackson's assessment, including a major Hollywood director, who doesn't believe Jackson's report of Trump's weight at 239 pounds.
In fact the push for Trump to prove his weight has gained so much traction overnight it has been dubbed the #girther movement, a play on the "birther" movement following the 71-year-old's demands in 2011 then-President Barack Obama show his birth certificate.
Gunn added, "Let's be clear that he's an Obama-appointed doctor who released a statement through the White House yesterday about Trump's unbelievable health where "he" SPELLED HIS OWN NAME WRONG".
Pictures of the president side-by-side with professional athletes with roughly the same height and weight on file surfaced and were used as evidence that the released Trump physical weight couldn't possibly be right. "Albert Pujols is 6'3" and 240 pounds.
The news was revealed by White House doctor Ronny Jackson as part of the President's annual check-up.