Donald Trump denies Parkinson's unstable ramp walk provoking health-related questions

Donald Trump rejected the Parkinson's illness suggestion because he struggled to drink water and walk to the rally.

At the end of the speech at the West Point Military Academy in New York last weekend, a glass of water was not raised in the mouth of the US president.

On Sunday, the 74-year-old Trump used both hands to lift the roof before he took the stage from the ramp.

The fragile existence has caused many to be sick, telling the Wall Street Journal to tell Trump: "I've been there for hours. What can I do? I'm hyped about walking the ramp."

"And does he have Parkinson's? I don't think so."

Trump told the publication that he had run "down" the last 10 feet of the ramp and was only struggling because of his subcutaneous shoes.

This is not the first time that the President has publicly addressed the incident, which some call the 'ramp gate'.

In a tweet several hours after the incident, he said: "The ramp I landed after my West Point Commission speech was very long and steep. There were no handrails and it was particularly slippery.

"The last thing I want to do is" fall "for Fake News. The last ten steps I went to level ground. Momentum!"

Age and health are likely to be the focus of the presidential election later this year.

In 2016, Trump is running for the first time in the White House and is running against 77-year-old Joe Biden.

Earlier this month, the White House released a memo about the president's annual physical outcomes, not to mention an unintended visit to the hospital.

Before he was elected, a private doctor wrote a letter making clear that Trump was a "healthy person elected to the presidency."

The doctor later told the New York Times that the former apprentice host had written him a letter.

Trump's health can be seen as a fair game for Democrats because Biden has been publicly questioned.

On Monday, the president tweeted that his opponent was "weak and shot dead."

Two months ago he posted: "Wow! Don't know where he is, or what he's doing."

"Honestly, I don't think he even knows what office he's running for!"

Trump did not respond without Biden's response.

Against the president, Republican super PAC Lincoln released a statement earlier this week featuring a ramp clip.

Says one narrator: "There is something wrong with Donald Trump. He is unstable, weak, embarrassed to talk to, and hard to walk. So why don't we talk about this?"

"The most powerful office in the world needs more than a weak, ineffective, unstable president.

"We are not doctors, but we are not blind. We are talking about this right now."

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