Trump speculates red marks on is hand were AI: Ex-president says he didn’t see photos of his fingers and insists nothing was wrong captured him leaving Trump Tower early on Wednesday morning with what appeared to be cuts on his hand
Published January 31, 2024

Donald Trump said mysterious red marks recently spotted on his hand could have been the result of “AI“. captured the former president leaving Trump Tower with the marks on his hands two weeks ago.

At an event in Washington on Wednesday Trump was asked if he had seen the photographs, and said he had not.

He was then asked what had been wrong with his hand, and raised his right one, before a reporter clarified that they were referring to his left.

Asked what had happened to the hand the former president said: ‘Nothing. Maybe it was AI.’

At the time the red marks appeared Trump was on his way to court to watch E. Jean Carroll testify in a defamation case in New York.

That resulted in an $83 million judgment against him.



RELATED: Trump Responds to Rumors About Red Marks on His Hand

Published January 31, 2024

President Trump responded to speculation about the red marks seen on his hand earlier this month as he was headed to a Manhattan court.

Earlier this month Trump was photographed while he was on his way to a Manhattan court to attend a trial where the jury will decide how much he has to pay E. Jean Carroll for his so-called ‘defamatory’ statements about her.

The left-wing media freaked out over red marks on President Trump’s right hand.

It could have been red marker or blisters from playing golf, but miserable leftists like James Carville immediately claimed Trump has syphilis.



“They look like syphilis,” James Carville said of the red marks on Trump’s hands.

Carville claimed he asked several doctors (who never examined Trump) what the red marks could be and the answer was “immediate: secondary syphilis.”



RELATED: We asked a dermatologist about the mystery marks on Trump’s hand. Here’s what he said.

Former President Donald Trump waving to the crowd outside Trump Tower on Tuesday. Red marks are clearly visible on one of his hands.Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Images
Published January 18, 2024
  • Donald Trump displayed mysterious red marks on one of his hands at a recent public appearance.
  • The internet guessed that it could be caused by “hand herpes” or a hard fall.
  • A dermatologist said the hand marks were probably rashes and could be caused by many things.

Former president Donald Trump displayed mysterious red marks on one of his hands when he left his New York residence on Wednesday to attend E. Jean Carroll’s second defamation trial.

As with Trump’s health in the past, people on X (formerly Twitter) were quick to speculate about what caused the marks. Some guessed that he had “hand herpes” or might have recently had a fall.

While it’s difficult to diagnose a skin condition from just one photo, Dr. Joshua Zeichner, an associate professor of dermatology at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, told Business Insider that Trump most likely had a rash — which could be caused by almost anything.

“Rashes on the hands can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from infections to inflammatory conditions to external exposures,” Zeichner said.

Zeichner shared four possibilities for the rashes on Trump’s hand, all of which are probably less interesting than what the internet is theorizing.

Possibility 1: His hands are too dry

Zeichner said the most common causes of hand rashes were dryness and overwashing. Given that Trump is a self-proclaimed “germophobe,” the excessive-handwashing theory could check out. Cold temperatures can also lead to dry skin, which is more common in the winter.

Possibility 2: Blisters from playing golf

Another possibility is blisters, which Zeichner said could be caused by “friction from activities like golf, weightlifting, or baseball.” Since Trump is known to golf a lot, this is also a plausible scenario.

Possibility 3: He got lime juice on his hands

Zeichner said that “even lime juice exposure in the presence of sunlight can cause a chemical burn to the skin,” otherwise known as “margarita burn.” While Trump doesn’t drink alcohol, a citrusy mocktail could cause the welts.

Possibility 4: None of the above

As Zeichner pointed out, hand rashes can be caused by almost anything, including something as unsuspecting as bug bites. Unless the former president confirms what caused the marks, we may never actually know.





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