Observations about Donald Trump’s mental health aside, anyone who looks at the boss can tell that Trump is not in good earthy health – and it’s even some-more clear if you know a little bit about Trump’s daily habits.
Trump’s miss of a healthy slight has been widely documented, from his horrendous eating habits (he lives on quick food and Diet Coke alone), extreme loitering (unless golfing and tweeting depends as exercise), and miss of nap (he frequently sleeps reduction than 5 hours per night). Not to discuss Trump’s daily expenditure of hours on hours of wire television. Trump is exceedingly overweight, and has even lied about his tallness on his driver’s permit to make himself seem reduction obese.
When the White House announced that Trump would be undergoing a long-awaited earthy examination this month, America was certain that something would be unclosed due to the president’s habits and external signs of having very bad health. Everyone was repelled when the White House reported yesterday that the examination had left “exceptionally well” and that Trump was “in glorious health.”
It doesn’t take a talent to figure out that the White House was bullsh*tting, and we may have confirmation. It turns out that the Dr. Jackson’s “doctor’s note” has a vivid mistake, which means it could be fake. Rachel Maddow forked this out last night on her show:
Just going to take a furious theory that Dr. Jackson didn’t actually write that note the White House put out. pic.twitter.com/yvZuv7tXrr
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) Jan 13, 2018
As Maddow forked out, the note wasn’t even created by the White House’s physician, Ronny Jackson. The signature on the doctor’s note states “Dr. Ronnie Jackson” – and it’s rarely doubtful that the alloy just unexpected forgot how his name was spelled. It’s much some-more likely that the Trump administration tried to feign this minute to make Trump seem healthy (which he clearly isn’t.)
Whoever did this really didn’t do their research. When many doctors sign their name, they use their full name with their degrees, instead of using their “Dr.” title. A normal physician’s signature would demeanour like this: “Ronny Jackson, MD, FAAEM“), instead of the spontaneous signing on Trump’s doctor’s note.
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