January 22, 2024

Origin of Mysterious Red Marks on Trump's Hand Made Public

Speculations surrounding the splotchy red markings on former President Trump's hand, which triggered widespread curiosity, have been addressed by anonymous sources claiming the marks resulted from a paper cut, according to TMZ.

Initially, internet users floated various theories, including a golf club grip rash or herpes, to explain the peculiar red marks.

The revelation came after Trump was photographed leaving a New York City courtroom where he faced defamation allegations from writer E. Jean Carroll.

Subsequent images of Trump on the same day displayed the absence of the markings. The following day, during his attendance at the funeral of his mother-in-law Amalija Knavs, Trump's hands were photographed without any visible marks.

Trump's return to a Lower Manhattan courthouse was notable for red marks on his hand, an admonition from the judge, and a recusal request.

The GOP presidential candidate, fresh from a 2024 campaign event, displayed peculiar red marks on his right hand while leaving Trump Tower, which vanished upon his arrival in court.

During a break in testimony, Carroll's lawyer raised concerns about Trump's loud comments that the jury might overhear.

Judge Kaplan instructed Trump to keep his voice down. However, the issue resurfaced, leading to Trump criticizing Kaplan on Truth Social. Trump's attorney requested Kaplan's recusal, citing alleged hostility, but the judge rejected the motion.

The trial continued with Trump's lawyer questioning Carroll on cross-examination. Alina Habba aimed to portray Carroll as someone seeking publicity, emphasizing her public profile after accusing Trump of rape.

Carroll went public with the accusation in 2019, alleging a 1996 sexual assault in a Bergdorf Goodman fitting room. She sued Trump for defamation after he denied knowing her, stating she wasn't his "type."

In a separate case, a jury found Trump liable for sexual abuse and defamation, ordering him to pay $5 million in damages in May.

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