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Is Donald Trump Showing Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease?


This question had crossed my mind during the primaries and was recently highlighted in an article, based on Donald Trump's statements, memory lapses and behavior in public. What do you think?

 

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    John Coviello (Rock_nj) 9 months ago

    Both my parents suffered from this tragic disease, so I am certainly not making a mockery. Just based on observations and then reading an article that highlighted Trump losing his train of thought and lashing out angrily.


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    Alternative Prime 9 months ago

    Anyone who has followed Trump's "Bizarre Side Show" aka "Campaign to Destroy Congressional Republicans", will understand the FACT that he does indeed have severe Anger, Paranoia, Delusional & Mental LAPSE Issues which render him "UNFIT" ~

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    John Coviello (Rock_nj) 9 months ago

    If you read my responses, you'd see that I've seen the effects of Alzheimer's first hand too. it is appropriate when the person coming down with it may occupy the White House, given what they can do from that position.

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    MizBejabbers 9 months ago

    Why do people keep using the terms "rule" or "reign". The President serves, he is not a king or dictator.