Donald Trump's Bizarre Walk Down A Ramp Is A Whole Thing Now

Donald Trump's Bizarre Walk Down A Ramp Is A Whole Thing Now

Donald Trump's Bizarre Walk Down A Ramp Is A Whole Thing Now

President Donald Trump and U.S. Military Academy superintendent Darryl A. Williams salute graduating cadets during commencement ceremonies at Plain Parade Field at the United States Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., on June 13, 2020.

Trump, however, did not address criticism that he drank his water using both hands.

As Mediaite covered earlier, Trump placed the blame on the ramp being "very long & steep" with "no handrail" and "most importantly was very slippery".

"I think the important thing is if they are going to kneel during the national anthem that they make sure that people understand why they're kneeling", he said.

Reporters at the scene said the weather was dry and the ramp not particularly steep.

Trump on Saturday delivered an nearly 30-minute address to graduating West Point cadets. Trump also claimed he "ran" the final ten feet. If the ramp was indeed "slippery" it wasn't because of rain.

While he praised the "righteous glory of the American warrior", Mr Trump largely sidestepped the recent controversies over racial unrest and the military's role in putting it down.

As a result, U.S. Soccer became the latest organization to emerge as a factor in the nationwide debate over the form of protest, which has been reignited amid ongoing demonstrations following the death of George Floyd.

It is not the first time that Trump has used two hands to sip from a cup of water, an odd tic that has led some to question whether he has a medical issue.

But his appearance on Saturday at the USA military academy in West Point, New York raised new questions about apparent signs of unsteadiness, balance problems and trouble enunciating certain words.

Citing another tweet by Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) about the same decision, the president added: "And it looks like the National Football League is heading in that direction also, but not with me watching!"

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