You can add another moment to that list.
Former White House physician Ronny Jackson confessed to the New York Times that he regretted not fully implementing an improved diet and fitness regimen for the President.
"The exercise stuff never took off as much as I wanted it to. But we were working on his diet. We were making the ice cream less accessible, we were putting cauliflower into the mashed potatoes."
Some of Trump's favorite foods include pizza, KFC, meatloaf, cherry-vanilla ice cream, chocolate cake, and McDonald's. He's been known to serve a smorgasbord of fast food at White House receptions for college athletes.
Some thought Jackson's methods demonstrated the President's infantilism.
@kylegriffin1 Jackson sounds like a Pediatrician. Perfect for the job. Baby in Chief.— Robert (@Robert)1582641379.0
@kylegriffin1 Like you do with a toddler.— Lin (@Lin)1582641166.0
@kylegriffin1 “And if he ate all of his veggies, he got a cookie!” Apt depiction of the toddler-in-chief.— yoko (@yoko)1582641487.0
@kylegriffin1 "we were putting cauliflower into the mashed potatoes." Lots of parents do this to get their toddlers to eat vegetables.— Don Hammond (@Don Hammond)1582641087.0
@kylegriffin1 "we were feeding him like an infant"— Ian Caveney (@Ian Caveney)1582641127.0
Man with a hand on nuclear button tricked into eating his vegetables. https://t.co/2rQ2f6Ykob— Alex Goodwill (@Alex Goodwill)1582643741.0
“We we’re making the ice cream less accessible, we were putting cauliflower into the mash potato”. - Go back to bed… https://t.co/XNOZGsbdzi— Richard Harper (@Richard Harper)1582641245.0
The 73-year-old Trump has sparked concerns in the past regarding his health.
Late last year, he was unexpectedly taken to Walter Reed Medical Center and stayed out of the public eye immediately after, leading some to believe the President had suffered an emergency.
The White House insisted that this was just part one of the President's annual physical, despite the White House medical facility having all the necessary equipment to conduct a physical without a visit to Walter Reed.
Curiouser and curiouser.