Donald Trump finally addresses suspicious red splotches on his hand

Donald Trump is finally speaking out about the red splotches that appeared on his hand January 17 as the former president left Trump Tower to head to court.

After photos surfaced of the spots on Trump’s hand, speculation began. But when confronted by the press on Wednesday, the Republican 2024 front-runner cleared up any rumors.

While attending an event in Washington, Trump was asked if he had seen the widely circulated photos of his hand that appeared to have red marks on them. He replied that he did not.

Fox News’ Mark Meredith asked Trump, “How’s your hand? It looks like it’s better now.”

The two went back and forth before Trump confirmed “nothing” was wrong with his hand and perhaps “it’s A.I.” that caused the red marks on his hands.

After the marks, which were captured by a Getty Images photographer, made the rounds on the internet people speculated they were anything and everything from “a common symptom of syphilis” to “finger-painting the face of his new lawyer, Wilson the volleyball.”


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