WATCH: Trump ‘Spitting’, Struggling with ‘Foamy Saliva’ in Viral Clip Leaves Americans Concerned


Former President Donald Trump’s latest campaign video has sparked widespread social media discussion, not for his message, but for the apparent presence of “foamy saliva” during his speech. In the video, Trump, the leading Republican candidate, called on his supporters to vote for him using all available methods, including absentee and mail-in ballots, which he had previously criticized, as reported by Newsweek on Thursday, June 6.

He emphasized the importance of a massive turnout on Election Day, November 5, 2024. “Many Republicans like to vote on Election Day and we must swamp the radical Democrats with a massive turnout,” Trump stated. He added, “The way you win is to swamp them so they can’t cheat. But if you can’t make it, you need to make a plan, register, and vote in any way possible. We got to get your vote.”

Trump assured his supporters of an unprecedented victory, stating, “With your vote, we will win a victory, the likes of which no one has ever seen before. We will evict crooked Joe Biden from the White House and we will take back our country on November 5, 2024.”

However, it was Trump’s apparent difficulty with saliva in the video that drew significant attention. The Patriot Takes account on X (formerly Twitter) highlighted this, sharing a 10-second clip and noting, “Trump spitting while telling his followers to vote for him. Instead of reshooting the video, his campaign just ran with it.”

The account, which tracks right-wing extremism, further commented that Trump “struggled with foamy saliva” during filming. They suggested that this could be indicative of a health issue, noting, “Foamy saliva can be a sign of health issues.”

Speculation about Trump’s health spread quickly. Political commentator Brian Tyler Cohen remarked, “This guy is clearly not well.” Others cited medical sources, explaining that frothy saliva can result from conditions such as drug overdose, seizures, pulmonary edema, or rabies, often necessitating urgent medical attention.

Some users expressed disgust that the video was released without reshooting, while others even suggested the possibility of rabies. Rick Wilson, co-founder of The Lincoln Project, responded with “#RabidDon.” Adding to the controversy, one user referenced South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem’s incident involving her dog, writing, “I guess it’s time to bring in Kristi Noem to put Trump out of his misery.”

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