I noticed when President Trump was walking towards Marine One for his trip to Walter Reed, he did this tap on his right thigh before he boarded. I saw him do the same thing yesterday after he exited the doors of the hospital, but it was a double-tap. It’s time for a good ol’ conspiracy theory. This is like something out of the first season of Homeland. I bet it’s a signal to Putin that he understands his instructions and that he successfully carried them out.
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For any fans of the old Las Vegas “Star Trek: The Experience” at the Hilton, you may enjoy this old behind-the-scenes footage.
That's not how HIPAA works.
I should know…I wrote it. https://t.co/tgwxH8EW7A
— Rep. Donna E. Shalala (@RepShalala) October 5, 2020
It’s nice to see the official Twitter account for the Trump Campaign welcome the president’s return to the White House with dignity and grace.
— Team Trump (Text VOTE to 88022) (@TeamTrump) October 5, 2020
As liberal as San Francisco is, you know their fans are fuming at this.
In America, our Presidents have generally avoided strongman balcony scenes — that’s for other countries with authoritarian systems.
— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) October 5, 2020
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 5, 2020
Don’t cry for my Covid-tina…..
Be it as it may, he’s still ill and having difficulty breathing. That walk up the stairs did a doozie on him.
This is a textbook example of increased work of breathing. In addition to using normal respiratory muscles (the diaphragm & those between the ribs that expand the chest cavity), “accessory muscles” in his neck are kicking in to help draw a breath
— Ilan Schwartz MD PhD (@GermHunterMD) October 6, 2020
A couple secure in their marriage.
This 2017 tweet has aged rather well. https://t.co/NWgpOSBPgT
— Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman) October 5, 2020
Yesterday, Kentucky completed its highest week ever for new #COVID19 cases.
The most recent weeks are concerning for the beginning of exponential growth.
I’ll share some stats and more reflective thoughts in this thread.
— Steven J. Stack (@StevenStackMD) October 6, 2020