Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 month ago

Rushed to hospital for strokes, 40 mg of rosuvastatin/day, multiple dementia tests, onset of Parkinson's. Is Trump too feeble to be POTUS?

He can't lift a glass of water to his mouth with one hand. He never stands when greeting visitors in the Oval Office.  He can't speak coherently without reading from notes or a teleprompter.  News reports say he uses a scooter to get around the White House.  The Navy had to transport him in a wheelchair to board a ship using a ramp.  He's really on his last legs, isn't he?

"We withdrew from the Chinese dominated WHO, and we fully rebuilt the United States military. The WHO, World Health Organization, we were paying close to $500 million a year. China was paying $39 million a year, and China had too much say, worked it very hard, which is a bad thing done by our past administrations, but we were tough. I was asking, why are we paying so much more than China?China has 1.4 billion people. We have 325. Probably three hundred twenty-five million approximately, nobody can give an exact count. We’re trying to get an exact count, but you have over the years many illegals who have come into the country, so it depends on how you want to count it, but you could say 325-350 million people as opposed to 1.4 billion people, and the world trade is terrible. That deal is terrible, and the world health is a terrible deal.  We’ve been very tough on the World Trade Organization, and we’ve been I guess as tough as you can on world health."--Trump rambling incoherently late this summer.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago
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    Yes, but his corruption and stupidity are even bigger disqualifiers.

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