Donald Trump’s manner to hold the glass caused a stir on social media. It’s not the first time Trump has been seen drinking strangely, with both hands like a child. That strange move sparks fresh dementia concerns after POTUS drinks a small glass of water with two hands.
In November, Donald Trump showed another strange move when he picked up a bottle of Fiji water in both hands and sipped it awkwardly during a press conference at the White House. Probably he was really thirsty but why he used two hands at the time?
Earlier this month, speculation went wild after Trump began slurring through part of his speech announcing changes to America’s Israel policy.
He finished his remarks by saying ‘God bless the United Shhtates. Thank you very much-sh.’
Is it early stages of dementia or cocaine use’s consequences? TV host Joe Scarborough also weighed in, saying ‘people close to him during the campaign told me [he] had early stages of dementia’.
White House about President Trump’s health
A White House spokesman insisted the president merely had a case of ‘dry mouth,’ telling the Los Angeles Times that ‘his throat was dry. There’s nothing to it.’
Asked if Trump had any related health concerns, Shah said:
‘I know what you’re getting at. I’m saying there’s nothing to it.’
But brain doctor Dr Ford Vox – who has never examined Trump – believes the incident and other moments in his presidency, reveals that Trump has all the symptoms of predementia.
In a lengthy analysis for Stat News, he also pointed to times when Trump has contradicted himself, rambles in interviews, makes faces, and forgets to sign bills at bill-signing ceremonies as ‘worrisome symptoms’ of illness.
In an attempt to regain control of the runaway story, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced that Trump will undergo a physical examination early next year, with the findings released to the public.