VIDEO: MSNBC panel speculates if Trump should be removed from office for Alzheimer’s


A panel on MSNBC’s Deadline: White House speculated that President Trump has Alzheimer’s and that his cabinet should consider invoking the 25th Amendment to remove him from office.

Nicolle Wallace led the panel on Friday, which featured Al Sharpton, Philip Rucker, Alexi McCammond, and Tim Miller. Focusing on how the president talked about the economy and also encouraged a rally attendee to start exercising, the conversation began with Rucker discussing what he saw at Trump’s Thursday night rally in New Hampshire.

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“[Trump] repeated points he had already made earlier in the evening as if he did not remember already making them,” Wallace said, reading a line from the New York Times’ coverage of his speech. “David Brooks reported in 2017 that a bunch of Republicans came out of a meeting where Donald Trump displayed some signs that were similar to the early stages of Alzheimer’s.”

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