Trump’s Dementia Increasingly Difficult to Conceal

Filed in National by on March 4, 2018

At some point continuing to pretend that the President is healthy and sane will be tantamount to treason.

WASHINGTON: Inside the White House, aides over the past week have described an air of anxiety and volatility – with an uncontrollable commander in chief at its center.

These are the darkest days in at least half a year, they say, and they worry just how much farther President Donald Trump and his administration may plunge into unrest and malaise before they start to recover. As one official put it: “We haven’t bottomed out.”

Trump is now a president in transition, at times angry and increasingly isolated. He fumes in private that just about every time he looks up at a television screen, the cable news headlines are trumpeting yet another scandal. He voices frustration that son-in-law Jared Kushner has few on-air defenders. He revives old grudges. And he confides to friends that he is uncertain about whom to trust.

the crime of betraying one’s country.


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  1. bamboozer says:

    Trump tries to start a trade war, praises the newly minted Chinese dictator and spreads fear and disarray in his own White House and we have not “bottomed out yet”. Pray tell what will signify “bottomed out”, a nuclear war?

  2. Liberals Are Weenies says:

    You wackos have no qualifications to judge anyone.