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www.imdb.com › title › tt12304596Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump (2020) - IMDb
Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump (2020) - IMDb.

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Trump dominated the news with a master plan of political incorrectness, hurling insults like Lyin' Ted and Crooked Hillary. I
 

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Diagnosing Trump With a Mental Illness | Psychology Today
Diagnosing Trump With a Mental Illness ... But psychologists, the authors warn, should not judge whether a person is fit for office. ... He says the voters in Trump’s base “either disregarded ...

www.salon.com › 2021/07/08 › trump-wasnt-just-anTrump wasn't just an abnormal figure — psychiatrists say his ...
Dr. David Reiss, a psychiatrist who contributed to the book "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President," told Salon that although many of ...

www.medicaldaily.com › harvard-psychologist-trumpHarvard Psychologist: Trump Has ‘Serious’ Mental Health Problem
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, now a leading Trump critic, recently said Trump is "losing it, mentally." "He has declining mental faculties; he's becoming more petulant. He's becoming more impetuous. Okay, you see just by the way he's sweating, his body's not doing well," Scaramucci said to Vanity Fair.

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Psychologist Warns Of NEW Symptom Of Trump’s Mental Decline. Several mental health professionals have noticed yet another symptom that would indicate that Trump’s mental health is on a rapid decline. They’ve looked at his speech patterns over the last few years and found that his vocabulary and sentence structure has become less and less sophisticated and more simplistic, which typically happens with a neurodegenerative disease.

thepsychologist.bps.org.uk › volume-30 › march-2017Psychologists and Donald Trump | The Psychologist
Psychologists and psychiatrists are speaking out about Donald Trump’s potential mental health issues in an unprecedented move, which they say is for the good of the public and their own

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 During his 90-minute speech in Alabama on Saturday night, Trump praised the Taliban and talked up his relationship with them at the same time that President Joe Biden is attempting to conduct the evacuation of Americans out of Afghanistan.

 Using the chaos in Afghanistan as a springboard to criticize Biden, the former president called the Taliban "great negotiators" and "tough fighters" before adding, "...with me in office the Taliban would not have ever dreamt of capturing our airfield or parading around with our American weapons."

 Critics of Trump were quick to note that his negotiations with the Taliban led to the release of 5,000 of their members which has contributed to the turmoil in the country as the U.S military leaves after a fruitless twenty-year war.

Trump has repeatedly blamed Mr Biden for Afghanistan's fall to the Taliban, even though the US withdrawal that triggered the collapse was negotiated by his own administration

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Newsmax host Grant Stinchfield became irate and cut the feed of a U.S. veteran after he offered mild criticism of former President Donald Trump.During a discussion about the war in Afghanistan on Wednesday, Army veteran Joe Saboe explained that "multiple" presidents made mistakes throughout the duration of the conflict.

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350 health professionals sign letter to Congress claiming Trump's mental health is deteriorating dangerously amid impeachment proceedings

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I feel terrible...America losing such SCUMBAGS



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According to the book, a key figure from Trump's earliest days as president reemerged: former White House adviser Steve Bannon. The authors write that Bannon, who had been indicted in April 2020 and later pardoned by Trump, played a critical role in the events leading up to January 6.

On December 30, Bannon convinced Trump to come back to the White House from Mar-a-Lago to prepare for the events of January 6, the date Congress would certify the election results.

"You've got to return to Washington and make a dramatic return today," Bannon told Trump, according to the book. "You've got to call Pence off the **** ski slopes and get him back here today. This is a crisis."

The authors write that Bannon told Trump that January 6 was "the moment for reckoning."

"People are going to go, 'What the **** is going on here?' " Bannon believed. "We're going to bury Biden on January 6th, **** bury him," Bannon said.
 

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'You know he's crazy'

Milley's fear was based on his own observations of Trump's erratic behavior. His concern was magnified by the events of January 6 and the 'extraordinary risk' the situation posed to US national security, the authors write.

Milley had already had two back-channel phone calls with China's top general, who was on high alert over the chaos in the US.

Then Milley received a blunt phone call from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to the book. Woodward and Costa exclusively obtained a transcript of the call, during which Milley tried to reassure Pelosi that the nuclear weapons were safe.
Pelosi pushed back.

"What I'm saying to you is that if they couldn't even stop him from an assault on the Capitol, who even knows what else he may do? And is there anybody in charge at the White House who was doing anything but kissing his fat butt all over this?"

Pelosi continued, "You know he's crazy. He's been crazy for a long time."

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and America thanks General Milley

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Why the **** wasn't she arrested for assault?????????????



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and she's not wearing a turban on her head

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General Milley feared Trump was suffering 'serious mental decline' and secretly took action to prevent him from launching nuclear strike:
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Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley was so shaken by the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection that he took top-secret action to prevent former president Donald Trump from launching nuclear weapons or carrying out another dangerous military attack, according to a new book by legendary journalist Bob Woodward and veteran Washington Post reporter Robert Costa.

"You never know what a president's trigger point is," Milley told his senior staff.
Milley, the nation's top general, feared Trump would "go rogue," and he "was certain that Trump had gone into a serious mental decline in the aftermath of the election," Woodward and Costa wrote."In response, Milley took extraordinary action, and called a secret meeting in his Pentagon office on January 8 to review the process for military action, including launching nuclear weapons," CNN reported Tuesday afternoon.

"Speaking to senior military officials in charge of the National Military Command Center, the Pentagon's war room, Milley instructed them not to take orders from anyone unless he was involved."Milley reportedly told the officers: "No matter what you are told, you do the procedure. You do the process. And I'm part of that procedure," before going around the room, looking each of them in the eye and asking if they understood.Milley took the dramatic step following a phone call with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in which she pushed back after he tried to assure her the nation's nuclear weapons were safe."What I'm saying to you is that if they couldn't even stop him from an assault on the Capitol, who even knows what else he may do?" Pelosi said, according to a transcript of the call obtained by Woodward and Costa.

"And is there anybody in charge at the White House who was doing anything but kissing his fat butt all over this? You know he's crazy. He's been crazy for a long time."Milley responded by saying he agreed with Pelosi "on everything," before getting off the phone and telling other top officials — including the CIA director and the National Security Agency chief — to "aggressively watch everything, 360.

""Milley was overseeing the mobilization of America's national security state without the knowledge of the American people or the rest of the world," Woodward and Costa wrote.

Woodward and Costa's book, "Peril," is scheduled to be released next Tuesday.

 
 
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rednecks....wouldn't you be happier living in Russia?


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""independent"....LMAO....sure..sure...ok...yea right


you're so far up trumps FAT CORUPT IGNORANT ***, you can't see straight


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Trump to Pence: 'I don't want to be your friend anymore'


"Peril" also describes the tense encounter in the Oval Office on January 5 when Trump pressured Pence to overturn the results of the election. While the showdown went on inside, the two men could hear MAGA supporters cheering and chanting outside near Pennsylvania Avenue.

"If these people say you had the power, wouldn't you want to?" Trump asked.

"I wouldn't want any one person to have that authority," Pence said.

"But wouldn't it be almost cool to have that power?" Trump asked, according to Woodward and Costa.

"No," Pence said. He went on, "I've done everything I could and then some to find a way around this. It's simply not possible."
When Pence did not budge, Trump turned on him.

"No, no, no!" Trump shouted, according to the authors. "You don't understand, Mike. You can do this. I don't want to be your friend anymore if you don't do this."

Trump called Pence again the morning of January 6. "If you don't do it, I picked the wrong man four years ago," Trump said, according to the authors. "You're going to wimp out," he said, his anger visible to others in the office.

Even though Pence stood up to Trump in the end, "Peril" reveals that after four years of abject loyalty, he struggled with the decision.

Woodward and Costa write that Pence reached out to Dan Quayle, who had been the vice president to George H.W. Bush, seeking his advice.

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'We're going to bury Biden on January 6th'


"Peril" offers a behind-the-scenes account of Trump's refusal to concede the election and how those around him tried -- and failed -- to contain his desperation.

On November 4, the day after the election, Trump seemed privately ready to acknowledge defeat, asking adviser Kellyanne Conway, "How the hell did we lose the vote to Joe Biden?" But after making phone calls to loyalists, including Rudy Giuliani, Trump embraced the false and damaging conspiracy theories of election fraud.

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump took a light touch, the authors write, and Kushner told aides he did not want to be the point person for an intervention. Then-Attorney General William Barr tried to talk sense into Trump, telling him the claims of fraud were bogus. "The problem is this stuff about the voting machines is just ****," Barr said, according to the book.

"Your team is a bunch of clowns," he told Trump.