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Trump Suffered ‘Series Of Mini-Strokes’ During Presidency, Pence Put On ‘Standby To Take Over’: Report

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New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt has a book that is set to release that shows shocking revelations about Donald Trump and his administration.

Excerpts released by the Times Monday revealed a shocking event that took place when Trump made a surprise visit to Walter Reed last year.

According to The Times, Vice President Mike Pence was put “on standby” as Trump made a trip to Walter Reed in Nov. 2019.

According to The Times, Schmidt Describes “Trump’s unexpected November 2019 visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, he reports the White House wanted Mike Pence ‘on standby to take over the powers of the presidency temporarily if Trump had to undergo a procedure that would have required him to be anesthetized.’ (The vice president never had to take this step.)”

There was another late-night emergency visit to Walter Reed Hospital for a “cerebral event” on August 1.

According to reporter Don Winslow, Trump has suffered a “series of” these events, known as “mini-strokes” during his time in the White House.

The video shows Trump appearing to have one of these “cerebral events.”

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