The Associated Press reports:
A Florida man undergoing kidney dialysis three times a week is upset that he can’t bring a life-sized cardboard cutout of President Donald Trump for emotional support. Nelson Gibson told WPBF that his family can’t sit with him during his three-and-a-half-hour treatments. To help, he began bringing a picture of Trump as a comfort item.
Gibson said no one complained about the photo. Next, he started bringing a small cardboard cutout of himself standing next to a Trump photo. No one complained about the small cutout, and Gibson told the station that some people even took photos with it. On Saturday, Gibson took a life-sized cutout of Trump to his treatment.
He said that again, no one took issue with this new emotional support item. But when he returned Tuesday for treatment with the presidential cutout, Gibson ran into a roadblock. “They told me it was too much and it wasn’t a rally,” he told the TV station.