After it was reported that Trump secretly went to Walter Reed for a medical procedure, speculation is swirling that he had a stroke.
Please note, that none of these people are medical professionals who have examined Trump. The tweets below are all speculation:
Flimmaker Don Winslow said he has been told that Trump suffered a series of mini-strokes:
One of the benefits of making videos that garner 5 million+ views is that you hear from a lot of people, including whistleblowers inside Trump administration.
I’ve received three communications saying that during his term Trump has suffered a “series” of “mini-strokes.”
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) August 1, 2020
This is from CNN 6 or so weeks ago. I think he had a stroke – he’s dragging his right leg – my attempt at getting the word out, didn’t seem to go far enough #TrumpIsNotWell pic.twitter.com/7A8qkzq99I
— Outspoken (@Out5p0ken) August 29, 2020
Here is Trump not being able to say suburbs in an interview that aired Wednesday night:
“SURBURBS”#Plane#Westchester#ImVotingForBiden #CoryBooker pic.twitter.com/I4CM8wmHts
— PassMeAPickle (@CeeLeeMusic) September 1, 2020
Donald Trump has struggled in recent months with speech, walking, and even drinking a glass of water. Trump nearly fell down trying to walk up a few steps to get on stage in New Hampshire last weekend. After the report that Trump’s secret visit to Walter Reed in November 2019 was for a procedure where he had to be put under, Trump may or may not have had a stroke, but one thing is certain.
The President is not well, and the White House is hiding his condition from the American people.
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Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor and Senior White House and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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