Is Donald Trump Mentally Ill?
Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by freespiritx, Jan 28, 2017.
He’s ‘not right, mentally’: Al Franken reveals GOP senators are worried about Trump
Well, and Rosie O'Donnell has said Trump is Mentally unstable.
That makes it a fact.
So lets replace Trump with Pence.
No, let's just hide and watch.
It hasn't even been a month yet. My god, give the man a chance. I can't believe how quickly you Trump supporters are willing to throw him over just as long as your side still has power.
Give Trump a little time and we will know soon enough if he is mentally ill or not.
Or just owned by Putin.
No, you've been ranting about every twitch and mistake (real or imagined) Trump has made since before November 9. Lets just run him off and let Pence have a crack at it.
Not that you would stop your endless, meaningless, posts. If it isn't Clinton then it's the enemy and must be demonized.
Trump's mental illness might be contagious. Now shootersa also babbling delusions about things I've never done and claiming I believe things I don't.
And in the meantime there are more and more instances of people publicly wondering about Trump's mental health. And I don't remember even Reagan's mental health being questioned as much as Trump's has in just his first three weeks in office.
Mental illness, fatigue or just Putin's puppet........time will tell!
Watch and learn
You know all of those idiot comments Trump made during the campaign, well in their infinite wisdom the Trump camp is now defending them by saying that and I quote "It was simply rhetoric and was not meant to be taken seriously" so to answer your question YES the whole fucking lot of them are a few bricks short of a full load ...
In another sign of just how serious Trump's mental illness really is as he was leaving Mar a Lago yesterday he attacked the press again with a tweet saying the press was so dishonest because they were not covering the crowds of enthusiastic supporters cheering him on.
But it was actually just another one of Trump's delusions. Those were protesters not supporters he was seeing.
laughing out loud
Palm Beach Post
Thousands of anti-Trump protesters march to Mar-a-Lago
11:21 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017
WEST PALM BEACH
Chanting “Hey-hey, ho-ho, Donald Trump has got to go,’’ 3,000 protesters marched down Flagler Drive on Saturday in a loud but mostly orderly display of discontent that shattered the usual calm of the city’s south end neighborhoods...
About 30 Trump supporters gathered on Bingham Island just east of the bridge. And at different spots along the Flagler Drive route, handfuls of Trump supporters jeered from across the street, exchanging curse words and hand gestures.
Vindication! I would say yes.
We started this thread right after Trump took office.
We could see the potential realities of the situation even then!
Now, many from both the right, as well as the left, are raising serious questions.
Now, the media has finally caught up to what we had some serious questions about almost two and a half weeks ago.
Now, his supporters are finally starting to see the writing on the wall.
Now, many from the Senate, and the Congress are voicing the same concerns, not only about Trump, but members of his cabinet, and there staff as well.
These things raise serious questions about our future.
Hopefully, Trump soon realizes his inexperience not only on the domestic, but in global affairs as well, and will seek guidance from experienced strategists, and policy makers, to not only ensure stability in America, but the global stage as well.
Otherwise, the consequences could be dire!
I am looking more on the dire side all the time. I just watched Trump and Justin Trudeau and even though Trump made sure all he got was a couple softball questions once again he didn't even make sense. He just kept repeating variations of the same thing without ever really saying anything.
Personally, I have a feeling he may have had control over the first week or so, but recently, I'm thinking some heavy hitters have started to come in, and applying pressure, with Trump beginning to lose control of being in the position he'd believed he'd be in.
Between the potential of being overwhelmed by the office, compromised from his past by other nations, corporate, and political entities, business interests, as well as commitments to other entities. I wouldn't be surprised to hear a news release in the relatively near future, of Trump stepping down due to health issues. One way of saving face, not only for Trump, but the party as well.
A seasoned politician would have difficulty dealing with the enormity of the office. With an individual totally naive about the political arena, the learning curve wouldn't only be unbelievably steep, but the likelihood of a precipice simply waiting for a victim, a very likely reality.
As much as I dislike the bluster, self importance, and arrogance, on one hand I should feel at least a bit of sympathy for the overwhelming position he's found himself in, but not at the expense of the nation, or the world.
More controversy with Michael T. Flynn, the United States National Security Adviser.
It seems the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing!
It also seems to many, that there are lies from all corners, in most instances, from the top down!
Smoke, and mirrors, or dog, and pony show?
What's becoming of the White House?
Now I still think Trump is certifiably mentally ill, and I am certainly not alone, but I do agree with a lot of what you are saying here. I do think Trump is overwhelmed by the duties and responsibilities of being president and I have wondered myself if at some point he might not have to step down. But I think that is especially true because Trump has never had to confront reality in his life. And there is no escaping reality now. And I am not sure he can handle that.
I want Trump to stay in power long enough to cause serious damage to the Republican Party, but not long enough to cause serious damage to the United States and the world.
Meanwhile, it is fun to watch his missteps.
I thought this was a pretty interesting and educational article.
Inside the debate therapists like me are having over Donald Trump’s mental health
Very enlightening article!
Many thanks for that.
I had never heard of the "Goldwater Rule" and sure never thought the controversy went back that far.
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