With so much news about Irma there’s been little if any reporting about Trump, let alone articles related to his mental health. Here are some other items I thought might be of interest.
Sat. Sept. 9, 2017
|If mummies could talk.|
Friday, Sept. 8, 2017
From U.S. News and World Report, the magazine which published the first MSM article about John Gartner’s conclusion (January 27th) that Trump was a malignant narcissist not fit to be president:
Thurs., Sept. 7, 2017
Why We Must Talk About Trump’s Mental Health: Keith Olbermann
On Rachel Maddow tonight, after months of denials by Facebook they finally admit: Russian firm tied to pro-Kremlin propaganda advertised on Facebook during election - Washington Post
I missed this last week.
Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017
This is not normal department:
Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump Are Not on Speaking Terms: Report
Trump probably figured there was no way he could stand faking empathy again while announcing cruel DACA stance. He called out the guy who never even tried to fake the empathy he doesn’t have.
Monday, Sept. 4, 2017
I did come up with a new theme for the photos which I put on to divide each day’s posts.
Note that this in itself send the message that Trump is leaning towards a military rather than a diplomatic solution.
The president praised the Coast Guard for “going into winds that the media would not go into...unless it’s a really good story.”
→While Mr. Kelly has quickly brought some order to a disorganized and demoralized staff, he is fully aware of the president’s volcanic resentment about being managed, according to a dozen people close to Mr. Trump, and has tread gingerly through the minefield of Mr. Trump’s psyche. But the president has still bridled at what he perceives as being told what to do.
→ What is different this time is that Mr. Trump, mired in self-destructive controversies and record-low approval ratings, needs Mr. Kelly more than Mr. Kelly needs him.
→Mr. Kelly has told his staff, time and time again, that his goal is to rationalize the chaos that has engulfed the management of the West Wing. Managing Mr. Trump is beyond his — or anyone else’s — powers, he has said repeatedly.