Trump is getting increasingly desperate, sparking new fears for his health

President Donald Trump’s increasing political desperation is raising concerns about his judgment following his aggressive Covid-19 treatment and as suspicion mounts that the White House is not telling the truth about his health.



a man standing in front of a window: WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 08: A U.S. Marine stands guard outside the West Wing at the White House October 08, 2020 in Washington, DC. According to the White House, President Donald Trump was in the Oval Office Thursday, four days after returning from from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive and being treated for COVID-19. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)


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WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 08: A U.S. Marine stands guard outside the West Wing at the White House October 08, 2020 in Washington, DC. According to the White House, President Donald Trump was in the Oval Office Thursday, four days after returning from from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive and being treated for COVID-19. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

In a day of chaos Thursday, Trump repeatedly shifted his position on a new plan for a virtual second presidential debate and suddenly decided to back negotiations over a coronavirus economic rescue package he had killed off earlier in the week. His actions suggested a campaign in disarray as he

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Desperate for better health, Lonsdale man documents weight loss journey | News

Michael Moran is determined to meet two goals in the next 18 months: to lose a substantial amount of weight and chronicle his ups and downs in a feature-length documentary.

“Right now, this is my magnum opus,” said Moran, a Lonsdale resident. “I’m just excited to challenge myself and take it on.”

Documentaries advocating for better health strike a cord with Moran. He’s dealt with health issues and weight struggles his whole life. At over 500 pounds, his weight has contributed to limited mobility as well as knee and hip problems.

A turning point for Moran happened earlier this year when he visited the ER with symptoms related to high blood pressure. At 36 and weighing 532 pounds, he thought, “I’m not going to make it to 46, and I need to figure something out.” Moran especially wanted to make a change for the sake of his two children, William,

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