We know exactly what Trump was doing this morning at 5:37. We also know what he wasn't doing. He wasn't chillaxing with a cup of coffee and and watching Fox News hosts fawning over him and blasting his enemies. See the two articles below:Link to first story above /// Link to second story
It doesn't require a graduate degree in psychology to figure out that if Trump really wasn't scared he would simply have ignored what Nancy Pelosi said about him looking like a scared puppy.
Trump wants the public to see him as a superhero, a macho-man, as demonstrated by his electonic card collection. He has a particular affection for identifying with Superman.
The History of Trump Pretending to Be Superman
Lex Luthor is based on Trump, but that hasn’t kept him from repeatedly posing as the Man of Steel (New York Magazine, 12/27/22).
Whether Trump has a "mother-thing" (Freud had other terminology to explain this) for Nancy Pelosi is open to speculation. She certianly has triggered him before.
If you search Trump Pelosi on DuckDuckGo these are the first two articles:
This top article is from Dec. 23, 2019 in The Guardian while all of the other articles are about the "scared puppy"comment.
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It isn't only Nancy Pelosi who sets Trump off on rants. For example, so does the recently emboldened Mike Pence (I wrote about his transformation on Aug.. 4th here):
Perhaps Trump has both Mommy and Daddy issues. For that matter, he may also have puppy issues. Freud was a dog lover and it's been written that he was the first to use dogs as an adjunct to therapy. However, he never addressed the role pets have in our psyche in his psychoanalytic works.
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It is well known that Trump broke the presidential tradtion of having pets in the White House: see: Trump family breaks with presidential pet tradition.
Trump was aksed about this:
“I wouldn’t mind having one, honestly, but I don’t have any time. How would I look walking a dog on the White House lawn?"