People Were Left Wondering About Donald Trump After GOP Congresswoman Tweeted Photo Appearing To Show Strange Mark On His Cheek

What on earth?!

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Over the years, the American people have had many a reason to wonder about the state of Donald Trump’s mental and physical health. I mean, the fact of the matter is, the man served as the “leader” of this country for four long, hard years. Us constituents have every right to try to ensure that the person in such a position is mentally and physically fit for such a job โ€” especially when that guy has made repeated gaffes that led us to believe that maybe he really wasn’t so fit, including slurred speech, mumbled, incoherent words, apparent limps while walking, unexplained trips to Walter Reed, and a bout with the potentially deadly coronavirus that he was less than honest about the severity of.

Of course, Trump is no longer in office now, but the fact of the matter is, he’s still extremely prevalent in this country, for whatever reason; which means his potential health issues still end up under the spotlight pretty often.

Recently, Conservative Congresswoman Elise Stefanik posted a photo to her Twitter account of herself and disgraced ex-President Donald Trump giving the thumbs up to the camera.

“One team. SAVE AMERICA!!” Stefanik captioned the image. But several Twitter users struggled to pay attention to the photo or the “message” behind it because they couldn’t get past the strange mark that appeared to be on Donald’s left cheek.

Take a look:

We’re assuming that Stefanik isn’t editing her photos to include unflattering bruise-like splotches on her “Dear Leader’s” face so we’re gonna go out on a limb here and say whatever that is on his cheek, it’s genuine. And it’s got people wondering:

Look, I don’t know what that weird spot is and I’m not even going to give it a guess. All I know is, Donald Trump doesn’t look near as healthy as he’s claiming to be.

Featured image via screen capture

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