Donald Trump is Afraid of Stairs!

Popular vote loser Donald Trump recently invited his British counterpart, Prime Minister Theresa May, to the White House. When the two of them made a joint appearance outside, walking in view of photographers and videographers, Trump was seen holding hands with May.

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The Telegraph reports that far from being a gesture of chivalry or sincere friendship (Trump has no friends, and views all relationships as transactional in nature), it was to help the orange man-baby overcome his fear of walking downhill!

According to the paper, an unnamed insider revealed that “Mr Trump is known to have an aversion to slopes or stairs, and said this could have been the reason for the president’s decision to grasp the Prime Minister’s hand.”

As the two senior citizens (Trump is 70, May is 60) reached the top of a very gentle slope outside the White House, Trump frantically reached out and clutched at May’s right hand! After walking just five steps that way, he reached over with his other hand and patted her hand, thankful for getting him through his trauma.

This is a real disorder; it’s known as bathmophobia. According to common-phobias.com, “It is generally accepted that phobias arise from a combination of external events (i.e. traumatic events) and internal predispositions (i.e. heredity or genetics). Many specific phobias can be traced back to a specific triggering event, usually a traumatic experience at an early age.” Could Trump’s Klansman father Fred, with whom he had a cold relationship at best, have pushed him down a flight of stairs as a child?

Whatever the case, this is just one more way in which Donald Trump is unfit to be President, or even to be out in public! After all, the world is full of stairs, ramps, and hills. Let’s impeach him, and lock him in his gold-plated penthouse, where he’ll never have to walk down a ramp or a flight of stairs if he doesn’t want to!

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