Trump looks slim after 15lb weight-loss fueling reelection rumors as svelte appearance leaves some thinking pic is FAKE

Trump looks slim after 15lb weight-loss fueling reelection rumors as svelte appearance leaves some thinking pic is FAKE

DONALD Trump’s svelte appearance in a picture posing next to Pennsylvania candidate Sean Parnell showing off his youth has some asking if it’s a fake. 

The photo has some in the Twittersphere questioning the authenticity of the image and skeptical that there is some picture hocus pocus going on. 

Parnell tweeted the snap of him giving the thumbs-up sign while standing next to the former president of the US in front of a stack of books. 

“It’s time to Win Pennsylvania and Save America. “Let’s roll.”

The Army veteran, lost his bid in 2020 to unseat incumbent Democratic Rep. Conor Lamb.

In May, the 58-year-old announced his run for the open Senate seat in the state, NBC News reported.


A barrage of doubters panned the pols for selling the image as legitimate.

“This photo is fake as Hell lol,” wrote @danpittsburgh in response to the Sept. 1 tweet by Parnell. 

“holy f*** that's a lot of photoshop,” was the sentiment felt by @ellie_vargr. 

Some suspect Trump may have indeed shed some excess. 

“Trump is totally losing some weight,” was the take by @batmantis30.

The former president’s eldest son mooned over the picture of Trump on Instagram alongside a comment from conservative journalist Jack Posobiec asking “How is he getting younger?”

When presented with the notion that his father was getting younger, Don Jr. confirmed, “There’s some truth to this,” he wrote in the caption. 

“He takes the stress and it fuels him, and in all fairness, he took more crap than any other president times about 1000. 

“Others can’t handle it and they age 20 years overnight.”


Still, many aren’t buying the younger, slimmer former leader of the free world appearance of a new and improved Trump. 

“Are they plastic wax figures,” asked @north_sox. “They look plastic as hell.”

A few were calling out the wizard computer tools such as Photoshop that can alter appearances with a few keystrokes. 

“Another fine example of how Creative Suite can work wonders,” @TweetReLeaf chimed in. 

“Those are not really veneers, but rather the work of Photoshop. 

“God bless Adobe.”

Some were convinced the two men are wearing masks like a real-life version of a cartoon.

“When are Scooby Doo and the mystery machine rolling up to pull off his mask,” asked @DrMrAutomatic.

2024… 'ALMOST 100%'

Washington watercoolers have been humming over whether Trump will hit the stump in 2024 to reclaim the White House.

The president has telegraphed he may indeed try for another run for higher officer. 

After the news broke that Facebook banned Trump for at least two years following his role in the insurrection on Jan. 6, he released a statement suggesting he’d be back calling shots as POTUS.

It read: “Next time I’m in the White House there will be no more dinners, at his request, with Mark Zuckerberg and his wife. It will be all business!” 

After his loss in the 2020 presidential race, it was reported by several major outlets that Trump continued to believe that he would be reinstated as the Commander in Chief.

Jason Miller, Trump’s former senior advisor claimed in an interview with Cheddar News he was almost 100 per cent Trump would run again.

"I would say somewhere between 99 and 100 percent."

He reiterated that he believes Trump is "definitely running in 2024."

His close supporter Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan apparently told a confidant that the announcement to take back the country in favor of Trump was "just days away." 


When he appeared at the 2021 CPAC, Donald Trump moaned about how the presidential election in 2020 was “rigged.” 

But after knocking tech bigs like Google, Facebook, and Twitter, he concluded: "We must pour every ounce of our energy into winning a historic election in the midterms.

"Our country will soon stand proudly for free and strong and proper elections again.

"We will take back the House, we will take back the Senate and then… we will take back that glorious White House."

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