“I am awesome!” – Donald Trump
“I am exceptionally smart” he said.” “I’m, like, a very smart person,” he assured voters in 2016, “A very stable genius,” he ruled two years later.
And then, on last April 24, this exceptionally smart, very stable genius comes out with this unbelievable statement suggesting “injection” of disinfectant to beat coronavirus and “clean” the lungs. No modern politician anywhere in the world can match and surpass Trump’s record of irrational or illogical statements.
Trump is in a class of its own
His constant careless and too often delusional statements definitely invited questions about his intelligence and actual state of mind.
When Rex Tillerson called Trump a “moron” in private, he was absolutely right. So where all other former senior administration officials that did the same or rendered equivalent verdicts.
Trump is a megalomaniac
Since long before his 2016 campaign, few subjects have been as meaningful to him as appraisals of his intellect. For Trump, it always has been a source of perpetual obsession and manifest insecurity, so much, that he always felt and still do feel the need to allude to his brainpower regularly.
Trump does not want to feel like anybody is better than he is. He cannot deal with that and this is the reason why he his so often dismissing them and their opinions. He used to be intimidated by lawyers. Anyone who knows more than he does makes him feel less than he is.
Don’t get me wrong, I always cheer the underdog and applaud when they win. But if I was still be praising Trump, I would have to question my own sanity!
I now believe that it is time to go nuclear on Trump.
The only remedy is the 25th Amendment.