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damaged bads: ex-POTUS* health continues to deteriorate as justice closes in

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US President Donald Trump speaks during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, DC, on March 16, 2020. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

CPAC showed that the GQP will go all Weekend at Bernies with Trump’s carcass. Some of us don’t care and hope he’ll be alive enough to get prosecuted. But Trump’s CFO, Allen Weisselberg needs to stay away from windows, negronis, and Fifth Avenue. “Weisselberg was given (limited) immunity for his testimony in the SDNY in 2018.”

We immediately noticed the sweat pouring off (Trump) from the beginning and we noticed the usual slurring of speech. At this point, it would be a bigger surprise had he not slurred his words than when he had. But while we focused primarily on what he was saying, others picked up on tics that might indicate other more nuanced health problems. Below, Trump seems to get caught mid-sentence with some nervous-system spasm of some kind, always the right shoulder moves out of control, he gets stopped mid-word, and instead of saying “Corporatist… ” it comes out “cop,” or “coup” mispronounced, and then completes the sentence with an obvious slurred version of “corporatists.”

It was an unusual tic, as he stopped, his shoulder raised and his breath seemed to suck-in. Odd. And worth noting in a man that says he wants to be president until 2028. (It is the second or Aaron’s tweets down).

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