a reply to: face23785
Relax. This will not go anywhere. A lot of people already believe that Trump is mentally ill. This book faire won't change anyone's perception. If
anything, it will give Fox some content to talk about in its evening programs.
As for me, I'm not convinced that Trump is ill; unless being trashy can be classified as a mental disorder.
His trashy behavior is on full display constantly, and cataloged on Twitter for posterity. He seems to be gripped by the affliction to call women he
doesn't like nasty. Who but a trashy person, especially one occupying the highest post in the U.S., would call people names and say childish things
You would think that someone with his upbringing and vast stores of wealth would have learned some manners. Alas, if he was taught to be mannerly, he
lost what he learned long ago. And, one would imagine that the military school that he attended would have instilled values of valor and virtue. But
no. Another experience that Trump threw on his behavioral trash heap.
He conducted himself as a trashy person would while in England. Yes, the tuxedo was ill-fitting, but that may not have been his fault. He was caught
on tape calling the Duchess of Sussex, a member of the British Royal Family, nasty. Now, would you say something like that about your hosts?
And like Cousin Eddie in the National Lampoon Vacation movies, Trump brought his brood in tow even through they were uninvited. Cousin Eddie is an
archetype of trashiness, and Trump honored him in the most splendid way.
Finally, he's the trashy relative that tries to sell you on Amway or the newest set of pots and pans when he has your attention. He wants to showcase
his exclusive resorts while on official business of the country. It reminds me of a cousin who is always pushing some multi-level marketing
opportunity at family events.
The jury is out on mental illness. The verdict is in on trashiness, though. And, no one is surprised that he is guilty.
edit on 7-6-2019 by
icanteven because: typos