Trump Brain Scan Said To Show Large Amounts Of 'Styrofoam-Like Filler'
According to a physician at Walter Reed Hospital, the results of President Donald Trump’s recent physical included an MRI that showed large portions of his brain consisted of a useless ‘Styrofoam-like’ substance rather than the essential white or grey matter needed to maintain a cognitive thought process.
The source, who had access to the findings but asked her name not be used, says that she was “astonished that anyone could function with a cerebral make up better suited to ship a package. I’d say that someone in his condition is more likely to draw stick figures on a cave wall than be the leader of the modern day Republican Party, let alone become President of the United States.”
In the past, Trump has often given glowing reviews of his own physical and mental prowess. However, many health professionals who have observed his appearance and behavior don’t agree with his assessment. The president is seen as one with a short attention span, a large ego and small hands.
Dr. Philip Scholls, a neurologist at Barnyard University Hospital, believes “these findings would indicate that Trump must be straining to use every bit of his brain to eat, tell time, and stay awake. That effort leaves little room for any meaningful thoughts and often results in a diminished capacity to process the world around him.
“It’s also possible,” noted Dr. Scholls, “that this condition may be hereditary, as evidenced by some of the actions of his eldest sons, Don Jr. and Eric.”