Trump complains hands are too big and rips off food service gloves while feeding Irma victims
President Donald Trump expressed frustration on Thursday over the size of food service gloves he was required to wear while feeding victims of Hurricane Irma.
During a visit to Florida, Trump stopped by a Red Cross shelter to help feed lunch to some of the thousands of people who have been left homeless after the storm.
Trump, who reportedly has a fixation about the size of his hands, repeatedly complained that the gloves didn’t fit.
In one video clip, Trump can be seen ripping the gloves off of his hands and tossing them on a table.
Trump made a similar claim while helping to feed the victims of Hurricane Harvey. “My hands are too big,” he said.
Watch the video clips below.
Here's the moment when President Trump … needed bigger foodservice gloves pic.twitter.com/vSuKmevitz
— Peter Stevenson (@PeterWStevenson) September 14, 2017
The following clip occurred after Hurricane Harvey.
As he puts on plastic gloves to serve food at NRG Stadium…President Trump turns to press and says: "My hands are too big!" pic.twitter.com/WIUTLOS4XD
— Pat Ward (@WardDPatrick) September 2, 2017