Sunday, January 29, 2017

John D. Gartner, a practicing psychotherapist of John Hopkins University Medical School has diagnosed Donald Trump. And it's as bad as you imagine.

Courtesy of US News: 

John D. Gartner, a practicing psychotherapist who taught psychiatric residents at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, minces as few words as the president in his professional assessment of Trump. 

"Donald Trump is dangerously mentally ill and temperamentally incapable of being president," says Gartner, author of "In Search of Bill Clinton: A Psychological Biography." Trump, Gartner says, has "malignant narcissism," which is different from narcissistic personality disorder and which is incurable. 

Gartner acknowledges that he has not personally examined Trump, but says it's obvious from Trump's behavior that he meets the diagnostic criteria for the disorder, which include anti-social behavior, sadism, aggressiveness, paranoia and grandiosity. Trump's personality disorder (which includes hypomania) is also displayed through a lack of impulse control and empathy, and "a feeling that people ... don't recognize their greatness. 

"We've seen enough public behavior by Donald Trump now that we can make this diagnosis indisputably," says Gartner. His comments run afoul of the so-called Goldwater Rule, the informal term for part of the ethics code of the American Psychiatric Association saying it is wrong to provide a professional opinion of a public figure without examining that person and gaining consent to discuss the evaluation. But Gartner says the Trump case warrants breaking that ethical code.

I work in the mental health industry but I am not a psychotherapist nor really qualified to diagnose somebody, especially from a distance.

However everything that Dr. Gartner says certainly rings true.

And if it is accurate that means we have a VERY, VERY serious problem.

It is important to note that malignant narcissism is a term that is not officially recognized in the DSM V, and that a more accurate diagnosis of similar symptoms would likely yield a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder and narcissistic personality disorder combined.

To get an accurate idea of how that diagnosis might present itself, think of Patrick Bateman from "American Psycho."

Yes, THAT Patrick Bateman.

So should we be worried?

Fuck yeah we should be worried.

This is more than likely the most unhinged lunatic that we have EVER put into the White House.

And if at this point you STILL think things are somehow going to be fine, then not only are you ignoring everything that we are seeing for ourselves about Trump right now, but perhaps YOU have a mental illness as well.


  1. Anonymous6:29 AM

    Speaking of mental illness, has anyone visited c4p lately? I did early this morning for the first time in months and are their numbers ever down! Just the maybe twenty resident crazies.

    All in the name of the Lord, still spewing their un-Christian nonsense. Holy crap.

    1. Anonymous8:23 AM

      Who cares? She was a goner a long, long time ago!

    2. “It is unethical to diagnose someone who is not your patient—you lack too much necessary information to make a clear distinction about qualifying behaviors.” About relying on observation of public behaviors, “we only know his public persona, and while convincing, there may be much more going on of which we are unaware.”
      A formal diagnosis is a “serious matter” that requires “personal interaction, formal and informal assessment and evaluations, personal history taking, and reviewing medical history.” Being that thorough with a public figure who is not a patient is just not possible, she said. So the Doc is practicing quackery

  2. Anonymous6:42 AM

    It is encouraging that experts are allowing themselves to be quoted concerning Trump.

    Pat Padrnos

    1. Anonymous7:16 AM

      Darn straight, Pat, but we all know that psychiatry is a "pseudo science." /sarc

    2. Anonymous8:18 AM

      yabbut most trumpsters who can read do use the see say method. So it needs to be spelled "swaydo sighins" so they can see it and say it.

      /actual fact and not snark

    3. Anonymous9:12 AM

      8:18 AM I stand corrected!

    4. Anonymous11:04 AM

      Don thee Con aka Traitor Trump is mentally ill, and it is a national disgrace that the Repubs voted for him. The GOP leaders could have stopped this, they could have stopped Traitor Trump from being nominated. The electoral college could have stopped him, by not confirming him.

      Those who voted for Trump comprise the white majority in this country. THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PUTTING A MENTALLY ILL PERSON IN THE PRESIDENCY!

    5. Anonymous11:51 AM

      Mentally ill.....what does that say about his supporters.?..

  3. Anonymous6:45 AM

    If he's this unstrung a week in, keep at it, citizens and media! Break him.

    1. Anonymous7:07 AM

      Break him? Then what?

      Drumpf may be crazy - is crazy - but he's not stupid. Before the convention he wisely purchased a 4 year term life policy - renewable for an additional 4 years - by the name of Obergruppenführer Pence.

      It may happen anyway but I seriously doubt Amerika will be happier with Pence as Führer und Reichskanzler.

    2. Anonymous7:09 AM


    3. Anonymous7:26 AM

      I don't care about his life insurance policy. His entitled family most likely does, and who's talking assassination? Not me! Rubber room is fine.

    4. Anonymous7:36 AM


      Chill. Literally nobody is talking about assassination. 'life insurance policy" in this context was obviously used metaphorically as in "political life insurance". Dig?

    5. Anonymous8:25 AM

      Got it, 7:36 AM.
      I'm just pissed beyond belief, as we all are, at the destruction of our country.

    6. Anonymous9:13 AM


      No problem. You're right, we're all pissed and some lashing out - not that you did - is understandable.

      The success of the Resistance depends on our sticking together for the common good and for the opposition to - and eventual defeat of - that despicable character whose name need not be repeated here.

  4. Anonymous6:46 AM

    I predict we're just months away from the announcement that the best doctors have ordered Dear Leader to an unidentified secluded sanatorium for an indeterminate period of treatment of a mysterious affliction, possibly exhaustion caused by caring and doing too much for his people, possibly some sort of mutant viral infection to which the Emperor was deliberately exposed by a consortium of corrupt semitic medical researchers and climate change hucksters futilely determined to destroy America by weakening its greatest and most humble, - yet still greatest - citizen of the Ages for whom this magnificent run-on sentence was crafted like a beautiful wall, brick by awesome brick, as small towns and stupid villages across a grieving nation begin erecting elaborate shrines to The Man Who Would Be King complete with tacky full size photorealistic fiberglass replicas of the demi-god himself resplendent in laughably elongated red tie, ill-fitting suit, trademark fire-resistant fiberglass toupee, churlish grimace and his adorable tiny, tiny hands.

    1. Anonymous7:12 AM

      With his pants unzipped and nothing to see inside.

    2. Anonymous7:22 AM


      "tacky full size photorealistic fiberglass replicas"

      should be

      "tacky much-larger-than-life-size photorealistic fiberglass replicas"

    3. Anonymous8:15 AM

      His physical appearance is already changing due to the pressure of so many Americans being against him.

      He is not use to that at all. He's always demanded reverence and admiration. He's never encountered the hate and dislike directed his way from Americans and folks around the world!

    4. Anonymous8:50 AM

      >>>He is not use to that at all. He's always demanded reverence and admiration. <<<

      You wouldn't be the one to tell him his ratings are down.. His head will assplode!

  5. Anonymous7:12 AM

    Funny thing is Palin is a carbon copy of Trump and we all know Palin is fucking nuts!

    1. Anonymous7:50 AM

      Can you imagine her in a serious position of power? Doing paybacks for all of those who offended her, using her fake Christianity to enforce restrictions, taking away critical coverage for those in need - we could go on forever - or just watch what Trump is doing.

      Pat Padrnos

    2. Anonymous8:19 AM

      Last I saw yesterday, her new website isn't even reachable depending on what browsers the faithful use.

      Who set that up? Her "young conservative" brain trusts? We all know that she doesn't part with a penny unless she has to.

    3. Anonymous8:26 AM

      Sarah Palin fecebook post:

      "Sarah Palin
      3 hrs ·

      When I was chosen to run for vice president of the United States, I prayed voters would see through the media haze to see who we, as candidates, really were. Maybe I didn’t pray hard enough..."

      Daily Devotional: Facing Down the Political Giants...

      P.S. John McCain today on former Palin hagiographer Bannon:

      McCain blasts Bannon placement on National Security Council

      By Burgess Everett

      01/29/17 11:52 AM EST

      John McCain is harshly criticizing the elevation of White House strategist Stephen Bannon to President Donald Trump's National Security Council, calling the move "radical" because it minimizes the role of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff.

      “I am worried about the National Security Council. Who are the members of it and who are the permanent members? The appointment of Mr. Bannon is something which is a radical departure from any National Security Council in history," McCain said on "Face the Nation" on CBS on Sunday morning."


    4. Anonymous8:53 AM

      Oh, $arah honey, you delusional twit, we saw exactly who you were and still are. Praying had nothing to do with it.

    5. Anonymous8:53 AM

      Sarah or the ghostwriter is all wee wee'd up about something Hillary twetted about Trump's Muslim ban. I didn't even bother to click through to her little cesspool of a site to get the actual.

      Next thing you know the ghost writer or Sarah will probably be ranting about domestic violence and the toll it takes of families.

    6. Anonymous9:55 AM


  6. Anonymous7:15 AM

    One thing encourages me: Much of official (and unofficial) Washington agrees that Week One of the Trump administration was among the most alarming in the history of the American presidency -- and that Trump may be seriously unhinged.

    As the highly-respected Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus points out (below), you don’t have to disagree with Trump’s policies to be rattled to the core by his bizarre behavior. She says many congressional Republicans privately express concerns that range from apprehension to outright dread.

    She also reveals that in a meeting last week with The Post editorial board, Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chair of the House Oversight Committee, said he was weighing legislation to require presidents to undergo an independent medical examination, including for mental health. Chaffetz cautioned that he wasn’t “talking about some of the rhetoric that’s flying around” about Trump. Still, he said, “If you’re going to have your hands on the nuclear codes, you should probably know what kind of mental state you’re in.”

    So why am I encouraged? Because the adults in the room might put the baby back into his crib before the baby starts a nuclear war. I urge all of you to read the 25th Amendment to the Constitution. Today. Robert Reich

    1. Anonymous7:32 AM

      Like the protester's sign sagely declares:

      "Don't blame Drumpf - he did everything he could to prove he is unfit to serve as president"

    2. It is an ongoing source of shock and gratification that far-right WaPo writer Jennifer Rubin consistently churns out articles on Drumpf that I might have written myself.

      And believe me, that's a first! She finds him as unhinged and dangerous as I do.

    3. Anonymous8:10 AM

      Many of us throughout America find him extremely dangerous - as well as the men surrounding him (cabinet).

      We will be ready for them!

    4. Anonymous10:11 AM

      What are they going to do?
      Round us all up? Good luck with that.

      Numbers and voices stronger than they ever counted on.

  7. Anonymous7:17 AM

    Why hasn't the turd gotten rid of the IRS dept. Then they can release his tax returns. We dont need the irs.

  8. Anonymous7:22 AM

    Rogue POTUS Staff ‏@RoguePOTUSStaff

    --POTUS instead removed the wrong people from NSC and inserted Bannon. Concern is that POTUS will take ready, fire, aim approach to for pol.

    --NSC fiasco an #UnholyTrinity plan gone wrong. Hope was restructure would minimize influence of POTUS ill advised foreign policy ideas.

    --COS Priebus said to be using appearance on MTP this morning to guide decision to stay or go. Positive panic by many at prospect of his resg.

    --POTUS fuming after judge order last night. Suggested having agents to "do it anyway" & ignore order. Preibus said to be at wits end.

    --POTUS fully overwhelmed after full week on the job. Things spilling over into out of office lives for everyone.

    --POTUS sowing real discord by being more interested in NYT than the work of being POTUS. Bannon encouraging him to irritate #UnholyTrinity .

    1. Anonymous9:05 AM

      Bannon wanted the immigration/refugee ban to blow up so they could "show" the "liberals" as being "easy" on terrorist.

      In the long run, I think he blew it because we have already seen this for what it is. Beginning of attacks on minorities and foreigners.

    2. This is a power struggle between Bannon and Priebus and Bannon is winning. If Priebus resigns, it's all over.

  9. Anonymous7:30 AM

    After the announcements today I am beginning to believe Bannon is the real president and Trump is just a useful distraction.

    1. Anonymous7:53 AM

      Uhhmmm. Yeah. He's the éminence grise. This is looking more and more like a (so-far) bloodless coup. And people were concerned it would be his son-in-law Kushner. Kushner had better watch his back... Bannon seems to equally have it in for the Jewish people and the Muslims. I've been reading alot at other sites, notably Raw Story and Crooks and Liars, and in the comments threads you can catch his possible scary-as-hell MO. I took away from it that he wants to start another Christian Crusades, another holy war, if you will. And Pence, Conway and so many of the appointments that *Pence* put in the Cabinet are all of the same Christofascist ilk! We are in deeeep sh*t! Get prepared!!!

    2. Anonymous8:00 AM

      It would be one thing is Bannon was an actual Christian. He ISN'T, or this wouldn't be happening.

    3. Anonymous9:24 AM

    4. Anonymous10:36 AM

      Christian Leaders Denounce Trump’s Plan to Favor Christian Immigrants

  10. Anonymous7:45 AM

    Weekend Update!

    Keeping up with Evita.

    1. Anonymous8:06 AM

      Eww, taking after sarah, big horse teef. One ugly mother. No wonder dad likes her in everyway. The con Probably wished he was kushner. Eww.

    2. Anonymous8:23 AM

      She's getting slammed but good.
      Get used to it, Evita.

    3. Anonymous10:01 AM

      kushner has bigly hands on Ivanka's a$$!, TO BAD for tiny fingers 'daddy disaster'.

  11. Anonymous8:00 AM

    Weekend Update!

    Turtle McConnell announces that he hopes the courts will take a principled stand against the Trumpenfuhrer's Immigration Decree! That is, if a principled stand is either needed or popular with Dear Leader and his trumpanzees.

    The Turtle says that he is like many of his fellow republicant COCKus members, he has a shell to hide under- but no spine.

    Turtle McConnell has previously stated that is glad he doesn't have a spine, since his lack of a spine will prevent him taking other principled stands that the Trumpanzees and little CheetoBenitos will remember the next time the Trumpenfuhrer allows another election.

    Elections do have consequences, but turtles like Bitch McConnell plan to just pull their heads in and wait for their pot of gold at the end of Trump's Golden Shower and Magic Rainblow.

  12. Anonymous8:02 AM

    Steve Bannon personally overruled DHS decision not to include green card holders in travel ban: CNN

    Steve Bannon, a senior adviser to President Donald Trump, personally overruled a decision by the Department of Homeland Security not to include green card holders in the president’s temporary ban on travel from Muslim countries.

    Protests erupted at airports across the country over the weekend after DHS agents began enforcing an executive order signed by Trump by detaining legal permanent residents who were returning from abroad. On Saturday, a federal judge stayed the detentions and ordered the green card holders to be released, but CNN reported that the mayhem could have been avoided if the White House had listened to the guidance of DHS lawyers in the first place.

    Documents obtained by CNN showed that DHS initially determined that “lawful permanent residents are not included and may continue to travel to the USA.”

    But Bannon personally intervened to counter the guidance from DHS lawyers.

    “The White House overruled that guidance overnight, according to officials familiar with the rollout,” the CNN report said. “That order came from the President’s inner circle, led by Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon. Their decision held that, on a case by case basis, DHS could allow green card holders to enter the US.”

    The decision led Mother Jones columnist Kevin Drum to conclude that the chaos caused by Trump’s executive order had been part of the White House plan.

    “Whatever else he is, Steve Bannon is a smart guy, and he had to know that this would produce turmoil at airports around the country and widespread condemnation from the press,” Drum wrote. “In cases like this, the smart money is usually on incompetence, not malice. But this looks more like deliberate malice to me. Bannon wanted turmoil and condemnation. He wanted this executive order to get as much publicity as possible. He wanted the ACLU involved. He thinks this will be a PR win.”

    Trump's Immigration Fiasco Might Be More Premeditated Than We Think

    ...The decision to apply the executive order to green card holders, including those in transit, is almost insane. Whatever else he is, Steve Bannon is a smart guy, and he had to know that this would produce turmoil at airports around the country and widespread condemnation from the press. Why would he do this?

    1. Anonymous9:27 AM

      I questioned the timing of all this, supposedly the press wasn’t given access to the E.O. until 7pm on Friday. Hoping for slow news on weekends?

      Also after regular business hours, were they hoping to keep people in detention over the weekend?

      This also over shadowed another VERY IMPORTANT bit on news: appointing Bannon as permanent member of the National Security Council, the main group advising the president on national security and foreign affairs while dumping Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff !!!!!

    2. Anonymous9:51 AM

      Sarah Kendzior Dissects How The Extremists Are Taking Over The White House

      Sarah Kendzior, brilliant journalist and expert in the areas of kleptocracies and authoritarian regimes, joined MSNBC this morning to discuss the latest terrifying changes to our government.

      She summed it up in one short sentence:
      "Trump is basically the 'Celebrity Apprentice'"

      It's not clear he himself is smart or adept enough to do conceive of this. He's just the public face for fringe right wing ideology given far too much leeway against checks and balances by the Republican majority. From Bannon labeling the media as the "opposition party" to Giuliani's admission that the ban IS in fact a "Muslim ban" to the continual violations of the Constitution by the White House staff, they count on Trump's bluster and lack of political skills to give them cover to essentially remake the country.

      She states that "we must continue to speak up." Considering how many nationwide protests are planned for today alone, it looks like we are speaking up. We must keep it up.

    3. Anonymous10:10 AM

      Steve Bannon personally overruled DHS decision not to include green card holders in travel ban: CNN
      the question is Does he have the legal authority to do this?

  13. Anonymous8:05 AM

    The entire 'elite' Trump family is in a space all their own - being completely 'out of tune' with the rest of us (middle and poor Americans)!

    They are the very 'worst' to have sitting in the White House trying to control our country!

    Fight and counter them as to any and every step a member of their family might take!
    And, most assuredly those of The Donald (Hitler II)!

    1. Anonymous9:19 AM

      Caligula re upChucked!

  14. Anonymous8:16 AM

    O/T: Note: Alaska is on the list, and I imagine many readers from other states on the list:

    Just 3 votes away from denying confirmation to Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education!
    If you live in any of these states, or know someone who does, *please please please* call your Senators. If it's busy, keep trying, because phone calls are the most effective. Postcards arr probably good too if there is time. emails and online petitions not so much
    (and just say "My name is [name], my zip code is [zip code] and I hope Senator [name] will vote no on Betsy DeVos.")
    Susan Collins (ME) 207.622.8414..&..202.224.2523
    Lamar Alexander (TN) 615.736.5129..&..202.224.4944
    Lisa Murkowski (AK) 907.586.7277..&..202.224.6665
    Johnny Isakson (GA) 770.661.0999..&..202.224.3643
    Orrin Hatch (UT) 801.524.4380..&..202.224.5251
    Richard Burr (NC) 336.631.5125..&..202.224.3154..&.. 910.251.1058..&..828.350.2437
    Michael Enzi (WY) 202.224.3424
    Dr. Bill Cassidy (LA) 202.224.5824
    Pat Roberts (KS) 202.224.4774
    Tim Scott (SC) 202.224.6121
    Rand Paul (KY) 202.224.4343
    Please copy and paste instead of share so everyone in your networks can see this message.

    1. Anonymous10:11 AM

      I will scream, if I heard one more time: “ Obama had more cabinet members appointed at this time, those Democrats are holding things up, so unfair”. “Unfair” something two years old say.

      Why doesn’t some reply back: maybe because they turned in their paperwork on time or Pres. Obama was working during the transition, not going on Victory tours!!!!!

    2. Don't call the D.C. offices.

      Call your local offices. You message is more likely to reach your representative that way. In D.C. all they do is count the calls, not the details.

    3. Call and talk to a staffer at your local office. They will listen to you.

      The D.C. offices just count the calls, they don't note the details.

    4. Anonymous9:52 PM

      She will be confirmed. This is what happens when new administrations come in to power.

  15. Anonymous8:28 AM

    Ivanka and her hubby Jared are equally tone deaf. Check out RawStory's story on Ivanka's big night last night. "Let them eat cake!"

  16. Anonymous8:41 AM

    --Priebus calling @MeetThePress interview "disaster." POTUS appears uncooperative on fixing EO problems, more worried about press coverage.

    1. Anonymous10:07 AM

      bogus account

  17. Anonymous8:54 AM

    Conservative CNN contributor Ana Navarro on Sunday shamed Republicans — like former Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) — for defending President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven Muslim countries.

    “This is one where as exhausted as they may be, Republicans need to appeal to their sense of conscience, to their principles, to what is right and wrong, to American values and they need to speak up,” Navarro told a CNN panel. “Folks may want to tell us this is not a Muslim ban. I’ll tell you who thinks it’s a Muslim ban. Muslims think it’s a Muslim ban, those who want a Muslim ban — like [son of Gen. Michael Flynn] little boy Flynn and David Duke, the former KKK leader, are celebrating it as a Muslim ban.”

    “That was a lot to take in,” Brewer quipped in reply. “People in America want to be secure and safe. And with the ban, I think it’s perfectly fine to put it on a pause and do the complete vetting.”

    According to the former Arizona governor, it is not fair to call Trump’s executive order a “Muslim ban” because he has not barred Muslims from every country.

    “I believe that the administration probably has high intelligence reports that these countries that he has named, there’s a danger there,” Brewer opined. “And he promised the people of America, of the United States, that he was going to keep us safe.”

    Navarro noted that the Trump administration had refused to consult with Department of Homeland Security experts before enacting the travel ban.

    “This should be very worrisome to everyone, including my party, that the Department of Homeland Security was not consulted,” Navarro said. “That department expressed concern about it being implemented on legal permanent residents and got overridden by people in the White House who are not national security experts.”

    “This should not be done with folks with no experience and nothing but campaign promises,” she added.


  18. Anonymous8:55 AM

    dRUMPf = malignant narcissist

    Bannon = Nazi psychopath

    KA Conjob = sociopathic suck up

    Rinse once and priebus = squirming little pussy

    The generals = totally overwhelmed

    1. Actually, the military is likely the ones to most recognize the danger and act.

      Trump and his regime may have opened the door for the U.S.'s first military coup. They may just decide to take remove him from power.

    2. Anonymous9:50 PM

      Uh, no mlaiuppa.

      You have lost it totally.

  19. Anonymous8:56 AM

    Who wore it better?

  20. Anonymous9:05 AM

    Reince Priebus Says U.S. Citizens Should Expect More Questioning After Order Targeting Muslims

    1. Anonymous10:11 AM

      “Extreme vetting” yea right.

      I read where one of the questions is “what do you think of trump?” How many American citizens would be ban if they answered truthfully?

      When asked why Pakistan was not on the list? They gave some lame answer like we might be adding it in the future.

  21. Anonymous9:45 AM

    Bannon was a naval officer for 7 years, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and he knows more than the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, give me a break!! WE ARE NOT STUPID!!!!

    McCain blasts Bannon placement on National Security Council

    ....White House press secretary Sean Spicer defended the reshuffling, which makes Bannon's presence permanent on the panel and changes Dunford's from mandatory to optional. Spicer said that the new structure will "streamline" decision-making and praised Bannon, a former naval officer, as someone with a "tremendous understanding of the world and the geopolitical landscape that we have now.".....

  22. Anonymous9:52 AM

    President Trump’s First Defeat

    The immigration order creates an international mess—and a political embarrassment.

    ........... White House aides briefing the press on Saturday afternoon claimed they had worked for weeks with key officials in the relevant agencies, but there were few signs of that. The Department of Homeland Security first said the ban applied to green card holders (i.e. permanent legal residents); then walked it back. Aides later said that green card holders would have to submit to a consular interview before exiting the United States, but nobody has explained exactly how that works. And the top State Department official in charge of consular affairs, veteran Foreign Service officer Michele Bond, was fired last week.

    The Trump administration also seemed surprisingly unprepared to argue its case in court. During her hearing, Judge Donnelly reportedly asked the government’s lawyers whether they considered if those detained—about 200 people, in the ACLU’s estimation—would suffer harm if they were sent back to their home countries. When they didn’t come up with a persuasive answer, she responded, "I think the government hasn't had a full chance to think about this.
    ..... Judge Donnelly’s stay is only temporary; she made no ruling on whether Trump’s executive order is unconstitutional, as the ACLU claims. And her ruling has no impact on those who have yet to board flights to the United States, and will presumably be barred from doing so. Presidents are usually granted broad authority in setting immigration policy, and the Trump administration can probably retool its order even if the courts take further action.

    But on Saturday night, for at least a few hours, the president’s opponents tasted a rare victory. How he’ll react to that is anyone’s guess.

  23. Anonymous10:55 AM

    Gop>"YOU have a mental illness"

  24. Anonymous12:02 PM

    Good job trump, you should be really proud, probable just added to the number of Christians murdered. You know the ones you are trying to protect.

    More evidence that trump is a bumbling moron and is unfit to be president.

    ‘A nightmare come true’: Trump’s refugee ban exiles two persecuted Christian families back to Syria

    President Donald Trump’s executive order banning Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. has forced two Christian families escaping the war-torn country to return to Damascus despite months of planning
    According to NBC10, the families, made of up two brothers along with their wives and two children, were pulled aside by Customs and Border Protection officials after arriving in Philadelphia where they were supposed to meet with family members.
    Instead, following new rules implemented by Trump’s Friday executive order, the families were placed back on Qatar Airlines and shipped back to Syria where an uncertain fate awaits them.

    Said family member Joseph Assali of Allentown, “This is like a nightmare come true. They’re all Christian citizens and the executive order was supposed to protect Christians fleeing persecution.”

    According to Assali, the family had already gone through the process of obtaining visas and green cards months before Trump was elected. While an immigration attorney was summoned to the airport to assist, he arrived too late..........

  25. Anonymous12:06 PM

    Interesting MI is not on the list considering metro Detroit has the largest Arab population in the USA and has border crossings with Canada. However the AG is a republican and running for Governor next year. Wouldn’t want to offend all those trump supporters.

    Attorneys general from 15 US states, DC denounce Donald Trump’s anti-immigration order

    The attorneys general from 15 states and the District of Columbia said in a joint statement they would work together to fight to ensure the federal government respected the Constitution.

    The officials that signed the statement represent California, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Virginia, Vermont, Oregon, Connecticut, New Mexico, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Illinois and the District of Columbia.

    1. Anonymous10:59 AM

      The president does not make new law or any law. He enforce the laws already there in the book. It is absolutely right that he has to enforce the laws. The other presidents chose what law they like to enforce an it is wrong.
      American citizens - even they are born here, if they violate the laws they will be put in jail many years away from their family. It is exactly the same as the criminalillegal immigrant(has no right to be here at the first place). Did anybody have problem with that???? It is hypocrite!

  26. Anonymous12:14 PM

    Remember when he said he has germ phobia? I forgot what he used it as. Maybe the pee party. But living in a bubble is his sad life.

  27. Anonymous12:16 PM

    Bannon has some serious shit on don. Bannon looks like a drug addict. How could that pos be vetted to touch the door knob of the wh. He should not even be on the property.

  28. Anonymous7:01 PM

    What is even worse is when the psyco realizes that everyone knows how unbalanced he actually is.....can he actually nuke a city in the USA?

    1. Anonymous9:49 PM

      Apparently in your damaged liberal addled brain he can lol. Try using even a little intelligence, would you?

  29. Anonymous3:15 PM

    Reading the description of a malignant narcissist type personality was an aha moment for me in understanding why DJT does the things he does. A MN enjoys the pain of others, and has no capacity for empathy. This explains hoe DJT could wave off the "inconvenience" that some travellers who were detained experienced, including a 5 year old boy kept from his mother, and say that his self-described ban was going very well, and that everything is working out fine.

    It also explains his disdainful treatment of his wife in public - what is it like behind closed doors?

    I immediately thought go Christian Bale in "American Psycho," too, when I read the article. Donald Trump even tries to do his hair in similar Wall Street fashion. I love this movie for many reasons, but one is that it truly puts us in the point of view of a person wth this illness, and it is a truly terrifying place to be. If a person such as this has power and plenty of sycophants to do his bidding, as DJT does, it is good reason to be kept up at night wondering what is going to happen next.

    So I'm guessing the marching and rallies don't cause DJT cognitive dissonance. He must see us as people with problems, who are weak and misguided, and just don't share his vision of himself as supreme, and his vision of the world's issues as correct and to be accepted by the people. How will he continue to cope with peaceful protests and rallies, I wonder, and what will he do when necessary acts of civil disobedience are committed, especially since he sees himself as the supreme dispenser of law and order, and he will have Sessions in the Justice Department to do his bidding?

    I keep waiting and praying for an impeachable offence. I was shocked when I was talking to my saintly mother about this, and she said she keeps hoping and praying for him to (die). I was shocked, but I wonder how many across the country secretly harbour this dream... I would rather he face the shame of his actions and see him sent to prison for acting against our constitution. This would be a better ending to a bad chapter in American history than to make a martyr of him for is followers to worship for the rest of their days.

  30. Anonymous10:49 AM

    Not president Trump. John Gartner should check his mental illness.
    How many important docs. related to million, million dollars Mr. Trump signed every day? Does Gartner know? If he made a single mistake, what price he had to pay, how may building would be collapsed?
    It is ridiculous! He - Mr. Gartner should check his mental illness instead of Mr. Trump.


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