Congressional Republicans start to question Trump’s mental health

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Think thousands showing up for protests help Trump’s instability?

❝ Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said early Sunday that Republican colleagues have expressed concern to him about President Trump’s mental health.

“A few, yeah,” he said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“We all have this suspicion that, you know, he lies a lot. He says things that aren’t true. That’s the same as lying, I guess,” Franken…added.

❝ “You know, 3 to 5 million people voted illegally,” Franken said, referencing Trump’s unsubstantiated claim that widespread voter fraud cost him the popular vote.

“That is not the norm for a president of the United States or actually for a human being.”

Nutballs do everything they can to perpetuate their species in power. Even when they exceed design – and design flaws.

5 thoughts on “Congressional Republicans start to question Trump’s mental health

  1. Emperor Norton says:

    > Andrew Sullivan says it’s time for journalists to talk publicly about President Trump’s “mental stability.” “To have such an unstable figure, incapable of accepting reality, at the center of the world, is an extremely dangerous thing,” Sullivan said in an interview for Sunday’s “Reliable Sources” on CNN. (must see video)
    > New York Daily News re: Senator Franken’s mention of concern within GOP that Trump is nuts: “…While several politicians have questioned Trump’s “fitness” for the presidency, no one in the Senate or House has explicitly expressed concerns about his mental health. [until now] “Mental health professionals, on the other hand, have all but confirmed they think Trump is ill. Several told the Daily News last month that they feared Trump’s hubris, narcissism, defensiveness, belief in untrue things, conspiratorial reflexiveness and attacks on opponents, and suggested they could lead to serious consequences for the nation.”
    > “Johns Hopkins’ Top Psychotherapist Releases Terrifying Diagnosis Of President Trump”
    > “No one can stop President Trump from using nuclear weapons. That’s by design.” (Washington Post)

  2. Goad says:

    ‘Something’s wrong with Donald Trump’: New ad from Republican group that drove president into a fury questions his health
    The Twenty-fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution deals with issues related to presidential succession and disability.

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