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Speculation over Trump’s bloody hand after insistence he ‘scratched it joking around with Barron’


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Armchair doctors all over the world are trying to figure out what could be behind President Donald Trump’s Band-Aids over the past week after the White House commented saying he obtained a bloody injury from playing around with his son.

People got suspicious when press secretary Sarah Sanders tried to explain the leader showed a bandage oozing with blood last Thursday and a cleaner version on Monday, because of some father and son bonding time.

The response about his 12-year-old boy Barron caused people to immediately go to Twitter to figure out a riddle concerning the 72-year-old’s health.

President Donald Trump was pictured Thursday wearing a Band-Aid on his right hand in Texas

Trump spoke as he toured the US border with Mexico  as Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, listened

Trump spoke as he toured the US border with Mexico as Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, listened

His injury oozed blood during a chat with Sean Hannity on Thursday at the border to Mexico

Trump pumped his fist after addressing the National Farm Bureau Federation's 100th convention

His injury oozed blood during a chat with Sean Hannity on Thursday at the border to Mexico (left) and it reappeared on Monday in Louisiana (right)

Trump addressed the annual American Farm Bureau Federation convention in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans and his Band-Aid didn't go unnoticed

Trump addressed the annual American Farm Bureau Federation convention in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans and his Band-Aid didn’t go unnoticed

A writer at The Root joked: ‘Did he bite it while trying to down a hamberder?’ 

One tweeter suggested Trump may have been backtracking on the effects of a few too many fast food items.

The theories came after he hosted the Clemson Tigers college football team at the White House on Monday, ordering in the likes of Wendy’s and McDonald’s for the playoffs champions in absence of a more upscale spread amid the government shutdown.

‘Is the band-aid covering up Trump’s lipid drain? That liquified fat has to be drained after eating all those leftover burgers from the other night,’ the social media user posted. 

Trump talked to the media about the table full of fast food in the State Dining Room

Trump talked to the media about the table full of fast food in the State Dining Room

Trump presented the fatty food at the White House, in Washington DC on Monday

Trump presented the fatty food at the White House, in Washington DC on Monday

It included Quarter Pounder burgers from McDonald's. It was served on a silver platter

It included Quarter Pounder burgers from McDonald’s. It was served on a silver platter

A tray of Burger King Whoppers offered by Trump were made available to the Clemson Tigers football team to celebrate their Championship win

A tray of Burger King Whoppers offered by Trump were made available to the Clemson Tigers football team to celebrate their Championship win

The State Dining Room table also included Burger King Whoppers, in case the young sportsmen were keen on the Filet-O-Fish, Quarter Pounders and salads there for the taking. 

After hosting the South Carolina students Trump ignited concern when he flashed a Band-Aid near the color of his flesh on his way to New Orleans.

Speculation prompted Sanders to release the following statement to POLITICO on Tuesday: ‘The President was having fun and joking around with his son Barron and scratched his hand.’ 

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Tuesday Trump was injured playing with his 12-year-old son Barron

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Tuesday Trump was injured playing with his 12-year-old son Barron

Trump (right) and son Barron (pictured in January 2017). Social media users commented that Trump wasn't likely to be playing with Barron

Trump (right) and son Barron (pictured in January 2017). Social media users commented that Trump wasn’t likely to be playing with Barron

Trump is known for his love of fast food and some tweeted said he may have had injections surrounding concerns for his intake

Trump is known for his love of fast food and some tweeted said he may have had injections surrounding concerns for his intake

A Twitter user said in response to the comment: ‘That’s a lie. He was in the White House for a month. Me thinks he was being treated for something after seeing that band aid. That’s an IV site. By the way, I’ve never seen Trump even hug Barron.’

Her attempt to calm the country cause an even bigger uproar with Twitter user accusing her of lying about Trump’s health.

Despite being the oldest US president inaugurated when he took office in January 2017, New York gastroenterologist Harold Bornstein claimed in September 2016 that his medical test results were ‘astonishingly excellent’ and he ‘would be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency’.

At the time Trump was 70 years old. However in May 2018 the doctor admitted to NPR that Trump dictated what the letter he penned should state.

Earlier last year POTUS’ physician, Ronny Jackson, revealed his weight in a press conference and it was revealed to be only one pound under what would be considered medically obese.

Trump first showed off a blood-soaked covering on his hand last Thursday when he was pictured with Sean Hannity during an interview at the Mexican border.

 In September 2016 Trump's doctor, New York gastroenterologist Harold Bornstein, said he was the 'healthiest president'

 In September 2016 Trump’s doctor, New York gastroenterologist Harold Bornstein, said he was the ‘healthiest president’

In May 2018, Bornstein admitted that Trump dictated what the letter he penned should state

In May 2018, Bornstein admitted that Trump dictated what the letter he penned should state

White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson revealed his weight in a press conference and it was revealed to be only one pound under what would be considered medically obese. They are pictured in January 2018

White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson revealed his weight in a press conference and it was revealed to be only one pound under what would be considered medically obese. They are pictured in January 2018

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