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Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Trump Sparks Fresh Dementia Concerns After He Drinks Small Glass Of Water With Two Hands Like A Child - Just Days After He Slurred His Words During Jerusalem Speech

Donald Trump has sparked dementia concerns after he was spotted drinking water with two hands like a small child
Donald Trump has sparked dementia concerns after he was spotted drinking water with two hands like a small child - days after he slurred his words during an Israel policy speech.

Twitter went into meltdown on Monday after the president took the awkward swig of water while unveiling his new national security strategy in front of military service members in Washington, D.C.

While some suggested he was cradling the glass or 'president sippy cup' because of his 'tiny hands', Twitter was quick to play amateur diagnostician and raised concerns the movement could be evidence of a serious degenerative disorder, such as dementia, which can cause shaky hands.


Sandra F Woodward wrote that Trump 'holds that water glass like my 3 year old grandson holds his cup! I really think Trump has dementia and is reverting 2 childhood action.'

'THE WAY HE IS GRABBING THAT GLASS SHOWS TRUMP HAS DEMENTIA. HIS MOTOR SKILLS ARE DEGENERATING,' added Joseph Fedorko‏.

It's not the first time Trump has been seen drinking strangely. 










In November, he picked up a bottle of Fiji water in both hands and sipped it awkwardly during a press conference at the White House.

And 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.'

Conspiracy theorists on Twitter launched into high gear, including Democratic partisans who speculated about every possible cause from a mini-stroke to cocaine use.

TV host Joe Scarborough also weighed in, saying 'people close to him during the campaign told me [he] had early stages of dementia'. 





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