WATCH: Trump Appears To Be Dragging His Feet As He Walks Towards A Waiting Car

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William James

President Donald Trump appeared to be dragging his feet as walked towards a vehicle waiting for him at an airport.

In this clip, President Donald Trump appears to be dragging his feet as he walks towards a vehicle waiting for him.

The Cleveland Clinic says 'foot drop' is an underlying condition of the following disorders: multiple sclerosis, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease.

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Kradek
Kradek

Incompetence, disability, dishonesty, corruption or treason are not sufficient reason to remove god from his position in the universe. He is our fuhrer, our savior and if it wasn't for the bone spurs he'd smite you all into the lowest ring of librul hell, Oklahoma

jbandsma
jbandsma

He didn't salute. At all. I remember when Obama came off a plane with a coffee cup in his hand and saluted, still holding the cup. Absolute outrage ensued. This one can't even salute at all?

liaisonsus
liaisonsus

I hope he drops dead!

Kerousa
Kerousa

He has plantar fasciitis. Very painful at times

kel3ler
kel3ler

Foot drop can also be a symptom of neurosyphilis.

Trainer12
Trainer12

Taking Adderall, drinking 29 cans or Diet Coke a day, eating junk food, burnt steak, and only sleeping 4 hours a day. Why isn't he in the hospital or dead yet? Anger control, narcissism, pathological lying, dementia, and dyslexia. This guy is inconsiderate, incompetent, inept and unfit for office. He is a lunatic acting on impulse. His ideology is very simple: "Me, Myself and I FIRST!" Not America First, Trump First!" He has to be defeated or removed from office.

JalamelaKI
JalamelaKI

Poor old BASTARD !

Pol Hudson Valley
Pol Hudson Valley

Another very common cause of foot drop is lower back pain due to disc compression. This could also cause weakness in the arm. He had difficulty walking an incline, but waked completely normally on level ground. When I saw the video of Trump at West Point, I felt I recognized the symptoms from my own experience. His right side is affected, both arm and leg. Pre-surgery, I had to lift my left leg into the car after me, and inclines were very problematic. I am not a Trump supporter at all, but I think we should consider all the (non lethal) possibilities.

It is me
It is me

I have that same issue because I have one hip higher than the other. Sometimes I use a lift and it helps but without a lift have a tendency to swing my foot out. I don't normally notice it unless the floor is slick. It also makes me lean forward when I stand because both heals are not planted on the ground evenly so I have a tendency to stand on the balls of my feet. Sometimes this does aggravate my knee (depending on my shoes). That just comes from a lifetime of compensation but does occasionally cause aches from not having a perfect gait. No big deal.


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