‘The Lincoln Project’ Highlights Trump’s Physical Health In Viral Video Release

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The most recent ad from The Lincoln Project is more than a little fun. As most of us recall, Donald Trump had to go to the Walter Reed hospital for some mysterious unknown reason. His doctor just hopped into the car with POTUS, and they zoomed off. Someone even alerted Vice President Mike Pence that he should prepare to take over if the president needed to be anesthetized. Now, why would Trump do this?

With the VP practicing speaking in his president’s voice, our mind wanders with all the glorious possibilities.

The Lincoln Project came up with the perfect ad using the man who occasionally sits in the Oval Office’s own words to tell us why. But before we give the real ad away, let us have a bit of a giggle at POTUS’ expense. Why did the president rush to the hospital?

Is it possible that Trump has taken up that funny British horse dancing that went all Olympic? One time in the arena he had built in the White House basement, and Trump fell right off. In the car, the Secret Service sitting side-by-side had to lay the president across their laps, because he could not sit down. Then, they raced to the hospital for a diagnosis of an ugly hematoma (bruise) on POTUS’ not so sweet cheeks. Sad to say, AG William Barr has the condemned horse in jail.

What about this? We do know that the Donald abhors exercise and stuffs himself with fast food, but he wants to recapture that svelt look of his military school days. What if Trump was found passed out on his bathroom floor with some black Spanx caught under the presidential belly, cutting off the circulation to all sorts of body parts? He would be red-faced, passed out, but as ever clutching his Twitter machine.

Then, there is the possibility that an accident occurred during his nightly pillow talk with Russian President Vladimir Putin. POTUS had not slept in seven days and was a bit addled. Moscow Central was clearly disgusted. Putin derided him as a sleepyhead…it loses something in the translation. Then, he ordered him to just go to bed. But Trump was confused and thought his comrade told him to put his feet over his head in bed. This keeper of the White House had not seen his feet in years and was not certain they were there any longer. Still, ever the dutiful Red soldier, Trump meekly climbed aboard and tried to lift them.

Let us just say, the results were not pretty.

The Lincoln Project’s latest anti-Trump ad is brilliant, and it went viral almost immediately. No one thus far knows why the president took his Walter Reed trip in 2019. Let us see what these Republicans and former Republicans imagined must have happened below:

‘What really happened at Walter Reed. pic.twitter.com/LK3tcputx6

— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln)’

Twitter world went nuts when they saw The Lincoln Project’s amazing tweet. Take a look at some of our favorites below:

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Featured image is a screenshot via Twitter.

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