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Donald Trump shock: Netizens speculate on whether POTUS is wearing a brace
Lately, many people online have been speculating about the possible health status of US President Donald Trump. At a recent event, a photo of the president standing in an unusual manner has people speculating on whether or not he is wearing a brace.
Politicalflare reports that Trump’s recent appearance at the football event in New Orleans showed him, according to many people on the internet, walking and even standing in an unusual manner. Although his health status has never really been disclosed, many were quick to speculate what he may be experiencing. In the video showing him walking out into the stadium with First Lady Melania Trump, he appeared to be swinging his right leg around his body instead of his usual gait. A still photo of the couple showed his manner of standing as well.
People also noticed that he is putting more weight on his right leg than his left, while others commented that his gait is deteriorating. Some also pointed out that Trump may be wearing a higher shoe on his right leg than his left as even though Melania is wearing heels, he is still significantly taller. But some were also speculating that Trump may be wearing a brace on his leg. One commenter said that Trump’s weight may be causing his spine to curve which could result in his posture, along with his suit not fitting well.
Whatever Trump may be experiencing remains to be seen, but many continue to speculate about his health especially as of late.
Meanwhile, Daily Mail reports that during the Democratic debate that took place, many of the candidates took this as an opportunity to publicly slam Trump. At Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, the democratic presidential candidates all gathered for one final debate before the first votes start for the nomination process.
The democratic candidates; Tom Steyer, Elizabeth Warren, former Vice-President Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar were all present. Biden and Sanders fired shots at Trump, accusing him of lying about why he sent missiles to kill Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, which resulted in another missile strike by the Iranian militia as a response. The rest of the candidates echoed their criticism, arguing that Trump’s threats have escalated tensions between the United States and the Middle East.