What’s really good with the Donald Trump mindset tho?
If you happen to live in the USA, you will be “delighted” to know how well loser Trump is doing with ensuring the safety of the people that live here.
He is best known for contradicting himself multiple times as well as denying the fact that he ever made those claims.
Some perfect examples of this can be found on his Twitter.
“I’m not a politician” (CNN, August 2015)
The Cheeto Jesus seems a little confused about what he knows versus what he thinks he knows. Is it denial? Maybe a little bit of narcissism?
Mans is so off that psychologists were brought in, to sum up, and analyze his personality traits and motivations. For Vanity Fair, Howard Gardner, a psychologist at Harvard, responded, “Remarkably narcissistic.”
According to The Atlantic
, George Simon, a clinical psychologist who conducts seminars on manipulative behavior, said Trump’s narcissism is “so classic that I’m archiving video clips of him to use in workshops because there’s no better example…”
In a recent video talking about the COVID-19 virus, he seems to pull out facts that are only true in his head.
When asked to comment on the COVID-19 vaccine progress, he seemingly went off on a tangent of his own while still utterly confident he was answering the question at hand.
“My attention span is very short…” (Trump: Surviving at the Top, 1990)
“I have an attention span that is as long as it needs to be..” (Time, August 18, 2015)
So much for that long attention span!
In his response to how the COVID-19 vaccine was going, his speech was no different from every other speech he has given within the four years of his presidency.
In other words, he is “working closely with the best of the best” as he apparently always is and the COVID-19 vaccine is “coming along nicely.”
Trump has even brought up the fact that we have an Ebola and AIDS vaccine.
“It is amazing people can just live on a pill now…” While this would be fantastic, he has unfortunately failed to recognize a small detail…
We currently do not have a cure for either of these diseases but good on him for thinking big!
His contradictions don’t just stop when talking about the COVID-19 crisis. In fact, it continues to go even further when acknowledging LGBTQ couples and their rights.
“I’m against gay marriage.” (Fox News, April 14, 2011)
Back in 2011, he spoke to a Republican women’s group in Las Vegas after a roasting where he went as far as to compare his opposition to the legalization of same-sex marriage to his reluctance to use a new kind of putter.
“It’s like in golf. A lot of people — I don’t want this to sound trivial — but a lot of people are switching to these really long putters, very unattractive. It’s weird. You see these great players with these really long putters, because they can’t sink three-footers anymore. And I hate it. I am a traditionalist. I have so many fabulous friends who happen to be gay, but I am a traditionalist.”
This has been proven true to the citizens of the US for the duration he has been president. However, Trump is now trying to take his homophobia one step further and prevent LGBTQ couples from adopting children.
Perhaps Trump has forgotten about the separation of Church and State, but that seems to be a repeating pattern since he can’t quite remember anything he ever said before.
“If two people dig each other, they dig each other.” (Trump University “Trump Blog,” December 22, 2005)
Mr. Trump, trying to stop LGBTQ couples from having basic rights sure isn’t letting them “dig each other.”
In his own words, “I couldn’t be a one-man show …,” but he sure seems to be doing a great job of being a clown.