— Where's Shackleton (@s_shackleton) August 2, 2020
Could Trump have made an unplanned visit to Walter Reed today?
Could that bruise on the back of his hand be from an IV?
Could he be slurring his words and have right sided weakness from a left sided stroke?
Do we have actual proof?
Do we need it?
— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) August 2, 2020
Why is the Left saying Trump went to Walter Reed today when he didn’t?
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 2, 2020
Last year Trump was taken to Walter Reed, and he went to great lengths to cover up why. Ever since, Trump’s physical and cognitive health have been in visible decline. It’s set off a firestorm about Trump’s health – and today that firestorm got bigger:https://t.co/rqYe9Miaw9
— Palmer Report (@PalmerReport) August 2, 2020
I actually have skin like this, and so did my dad (now deceased WWll vet. If I bump myself, I'll get a bruise that takes a long time to heal. If he's on blood thinners? could be a thing. But why all the trips to Walter Reed????????
— Diane G. (@DianeGunty) August 2, 2020
When a president is rushed to Walter Reed Hospital, the American public deserves to know why. That's it. That's the tweet.
— Not Even a Real Democrat Anymore (@PatFromm) August 2, 2020
Admittedly 'confirmed' is to strong a word. The Walter Reed story is speculation based on pics of Trumps hand where a possible IV bruise is evident. pic.twitter.com/L49sQEwPrR
— Buckaroo1967 (@Buckaroo1967) August 2, 2020
Trump is setting all sorts of records as president, including most emergency trips to Walter Reed. https://t.co/nqcqeYNMI2
— PM (@therealpeterm) August 2, 2020
"Walter Reed" Probably had to readjust the Russian vibrating buttplug his Master Putin gave him. Probably has a microphone, camera, GPS, lasers for close monitoring purposes. pic.twitter.com/vnnEoU93D9
— Jack (@Jackhammer72) August 2, 2020
— Barbara B999 (@BarbaraB9999) August 2, 2020