Press should keep pushing, scribe says: Does President Trump have some physical ailment or affliction which is being concealed?
We can't answer your question. Over the weekend, the question arose after the commander in chief seemed to have trouble walking down a ramp and drinking a glass of water without using both hands.
After describing these two events, Jennifer Rubin offers this at the Washington Post:
RUBIN (6/15/20): We will likely never know until he is out of the White House what mental and/or physical ailments may afflict him. Two things are clear, however. First, it is an entirely legitimate topic for the campaign. The media should not relent in asking questions and demanding to speak with his doctors.According to Rubin, the media should "not relent in asking questions" about Trump's possible "mental ailments?" In what villa on what planet was this prescription formed?
Rightly or wrongly, the mainstream press has steadfastly refused to discuss Trump's possible "mental ailments." They've refused to ask questions about this possible state of affairs.
When Yale psychiatrist Bandy X. Lee tried to initiation such a discussion, the New York Times editorial board said the discussion mustn't occur. Rightly or wrongly, everyone fell into line.
Rubin says that these same people should persevere in their inquiry. In a dacha within what solar system was this fantasy formed?
"Trump is in denial," the headline says. "Look who's talking," several young analysts shouted.