What’s going on with Donald Trump’s health now?

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Yesterday, Donald Trump appeared in front of the world in a somewhat questionable state. For the moment, avoid considering the undeniably alternative facts, outright lies, and release of confidential information – his appearance and demeanor alone should generate concern. If Trump were a relative, doctors would be consulted. The inability to catch his breath, the constant sniffing and the slurring of words are reasons to question if the American people know all the details we should know about the leader of the Free World.

At some points, it appeared that he lost his train of thought. He seemed to struggle with speech physically, causing social media to notice the movements of his tongue. With the world in chaos, this President, who spontaneously had portions of his annual physical done three months early, has to make us all wonder what if his health is like the Ukraine call recordings, taxes, and his report of travel expenditures.

The master of projection tried to convince us that Hillary Clinton was on death’s door. Americans were to see Clinton as a liar seeking to trick the country into an election win. While his orange color is not healthy, it is more likely a result of his narcissism than anything else. His slurring, mispronunciations, and slowed down elocution are what should disturb all of us. Social media noticed. Twitter was full of sniff counts. “Adderall” and “sniffing” were trending, and the White House refused to comment.

   

Long gone are the daily press briefings with Sarah Huckabee Sanders or Sean Spicer. The mental and physical condition of the President of the United States is now on a need to know basis. Claims of nerves when reading from the teleprompter are questionable. From early on in the presidency, it was clear that English is not Trump’s specialty. Nearly four years later, the “Archie Bunker” style has degenerated to the inability to pronounce everyday words. From the “oranges” of the Mueller investigation to his inability to say the word “tolerate,” it is clear that the White House needs to address these concerns.

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