Did Trump have a stroke? POTUS brags about passing cognitive test at Walter Reed, Internet labels him 'a danger'
Some said that his shirt was open when he got in the limo, so it suggested some sort of a cardiac event as that would require a cognitive test too
Each time Donald Trump speaks the internet finds an opportunity to troll him mercilessly. POTUS has once again become the topic of online discussion after he couldn’t stop bragging about passing cognitive tests at Walter Reed medical center, which nobody was aware of till date.
During his conversation with Fox News host Sean Hannity, Trump praised his cognitive abilities, which according to him left the doctors "surprised". Claiming that he took the test "very recently" at the Walter Reed Medical Center, Trump says, "radical left was saying, 'Is he all there, is he all there,' and I proved I was all there because I aced it, I aced the test. The doctors were very surprised. They said, 'That's an unbelievable thing, rarely does anybody do what you just did'."
Similar to the doctors' alleged reaction to Trump passing the cognitive test, Twitter users were taken by surprise too on learning about the President’s trip to the medical center and the fact that he passed the test with flying colors.
One user wrote, "The White House has not disclosed any recent trips to Walter Reed. When and why was Trump secreted to a medical center and administered a cognitive evaluation?" Another said, "Was the White House’s top neurologist at Walter Reed, Dr Kevin Cannard, present for this test? If so, let’s hear from him and his team. If not, House Dems need to file for a 72 hour involuntary psychiatric hold on @realDonaldTrump. He’s proven to be an imminent danger to others."
Some people have claimed that Trump visited Walter Reed following a stroke, the details of which weren’t revealed earlier. One user wrote, "It makes me think that mysterious run to Walter Reed last fall was actually for a stroke." And another added, "His shirt was open when he got in the limo, so it suggested some sort of cardiac event. A stroke would fit, and that would prompt a cognitive test as well."
Meanwhile, the rest trolled him saying there’s nothing to be proud about clearing the cognitive test. "Even if it were true, 'the doctors were *very* surprised I passed a cognitive test' is not really the slam dunk the president thinks it is," tweeted one.