Donald Trump Health rumors after moving to White House is fake

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eRumor:
A tired and aging President Donald Trump looks up during his meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi .

 eRumor made by – Internet and social media

Confirmation by Ayupp.com – FAKE

More Sample – 

“When he took office, let’s be honest, he was no spring chicken,” said one White House insider who spoke on condition of anonymity, “but it seems like he’s aged a decade or more in just the past few months. Everyone is very concerned about him and even his physician has told him to cut back on his daily tasks. Maybe he should go to Mar-a-Lago more than once a week, you know?”

Cut back on his daily tasks. Yeah. All that tweeting & those campaign rallies take a lot out of a guy.

Even foreign leaders have noticed the effects of the Oval Office on Trump. During a recent meeting with Egyptian President, Mr. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi commented to the President that “he should take it easy.”

Ayupp Analysis – The above news was first published by a site Nevada County Scooper on June 21, where they have published about the deteriorating health of Donald Trump.

No doubt Donald Trump is the oldest person to be sworn as the President of United States, however there is not facts to support the claims as given by the website.

On the weekly update on June 24 the old US president looked hale and hearty. So the rumors from the site Nevada should not be believed.



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