Here’s a good letter to The St. Louis Post Dispatch: America’s Great Divide Over Donald Trump which contrasts the views of Duty to Warn clinical psychologist John Gartner and a Trump supporting behavioral psychologist who works with commodity traders. Her article, Trump Is Not Mentally Ill is such a fawning unprofessional piece I could barely read it. Here’s an example:
Do not confuse your disgust with what you believe are his policies juxtaposed against those of his predecessor, which were so different. He’s been hit with everything in serial time; from vulva contact in a sexually colluding industry of both genders to being a liar to a fantabulous Russia concoction used by the FBI and its former director, James Comey, for politics to mental illness to ... on and on and on.
Frank Bruni, in this article today, presents insight into Trump’s personality.
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There are so many quotes that it can be difficult to choose a disturbing reference in the media to Trump’s mental illness stated in equivocating words. Here’s one from The New York Times:
"Mr. Trump’s improvisational, and often impulsive, political decision making has become so routine that Republican leaders now accept that there will be days when he suddenly endorses and telephones candidates, including one accused of sexual misconduct with teenage girls.”
Breaking: Trump isn’t Time’s person of the year, but he gets a dishonorable mention (HB):
Donald Trump undeniably influenced the events of 2016, and in a way, the 2017 award is still about him. His name comes up multiple times in the cover story, from references to the Access Hollywood recording to the Women’s March, with one expert calling him a “visible precipitating factor” to the movement: his presidency and his blatant misogyny that have galvanized women more than almost anything else this year. One can’t help but read Time’s choice as a direct rebuke to the man sitting in the Oval Office. It’s a small, but powerful, consolation prize.
Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017
Corey Lewandowski stuns ‘The View’ with over the top rant about ‘killer’ TrumpCorey Lewandowski thinks he’s praising Trump. Instead he is giving us an insider’s view of Trump’s malignant narcissism:
Below: Editor of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” Bandy Lee on MSNBC.
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If you missed it this morning: ‘They’re shocked the noose is tightening’: MSNBC’s Mika says Trump team doomed by cluelessnessVideo
The Atlantic has a long, revealing article about Mike Pence. I found this part the most interesting: