New photos released by the White House on Saturday appear to show President Donald Trump working from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, where he has been since Friday.
The President’s physician, Navy Cmdr. Dr. Sean Conley, stated earlier on Saturday that Trump had “made substantial progress since diagnosis.”
In one of the photos, Trump is sitting at the same desk from which he delivered a video message earlier in the day, in which he said that he feels “much better now.”
His daughter Ivanka praised her father for his hard work.
But the left didn’t share the same opinion.
People on social media as well as lefties media alleged that he was signing a blank piece of paper with a marker.
Jon Ostrower, the editor-in-chief of an aviation publication, also took to Twitter to note that the data embedded in two pictures of the president—showing him working in different rooms—were taken just 10 minutes apart.
“The photos released by the WH tonight of the president working at Walter Reed were taken 10 minutes apart at 5:25:59 pm and 5:35:40 pm ET Saturday, according to the EXIF data embedded in both @AP wire postings that were shared by the White House this evening,” Ostrower wrote.
Photos that went viral online:
Many on Twitter declared that the photos had been staged by the White House, with some eagled-eyed commenters noting that the president appeared to be signing his name in the middle of a blank piece of paper using his signature black.
Early Sunday morning, the word “staged” was trending on Twitter.
As we all know lefties will never stop they will use this situation to spread more fake enws like they did yesterday when they accused President Trump was wearing a portable oxygen concentrator in his pocket with the nasal cannula going up to his back, hidden in his hair, and tucked under his mask while boarding Marine One.
That situation was disputed by many left-leaning media and so will this one but that won’t stop the Dems from repading the fake news!
This comes as questions were raised around the authenticity of the video released by Mr Trump from the hospital on Saturday night, in which he sought to reassure Americans he would return to work in the White House “soon”.
Several film editors pointed out a glitch in the video where the president appears to hiccup, but may have been an exit cut in the footage to edit out a cough.