If you want to know something about taxes. Ask Donald Trump.
you are Missing the knowledge of american history? Ask Trump.
Banks? Trump message.
in Fact, the american president expert in more or less every area, he throws himself over. If he is even to say it.
In a new video that has gone viral on social media, have us NowThis composed cocksure postulates from the 71-year-old president on his expertise in everything from construction, kampagneøkonomi, drones, technology, american history, infrastructure, 'system', Islamic State, Facebook, renewable energy, polls, courts, steelworkers, golf, nuclear weapons, debt, to the politicians.
Trump is the #1 expert on...— NowThis (@nowthisnews) January 5, 2019
- Campaign finance
- the Drones
- U. S. History
- the Courts
- Steel workers
- The system
...according to Donald Trump pic.twitter.com/gExCCRD5Hb
a total of 34 different issues, the president has touted himself as the foremost expert in the course of his two years in The White House and the campaign in 2016.
Donald Trumps behavior has repeatedly been the subject of debate among psychologists and psychiatrists. And despite the fact that it is impossible to diagnose from a distance but are many professionals agree that the Trumps behavior has narcissistic traits.
In The book 'The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump' comes 27 psychologists and psychiatrists, for example, with their bid on the u.s. president's mental state. Of which, several think that the president is psychologically unable to lead a government.
Several also agree that Trump possesses a 'narcissistic personality disorder' based on the bl.a. his self-praise on social media and at political meetings.
the Psychologist Philip Zimbardo from Stanford University has among other things contributed to the book. Herein he writes:
Trump is out of balance, he is a particular personality type: a utøjlet or extreme person focused on his own satisfaction or happiness and a narcissist.
Psychologists are doing in the book aware of that they focus exclusively on Donald Trumps public behaviour, and that they believe that their take on the mental state of the free world's leader, is necessary, even though it breaks with the so-called Goldwater rule, which stamps it as unethical, when psychologists and psychiatrists to provide professional assessments of whether public persons, they have not met.
- the Trump exhibit the most destructive and dangerous collection of psychiatric symptoms for a leader. The worst thing is that if we as professionals had told the people the truth in a timely manner, it could perhaps be avoided. But we followed all the Goldwater rule, the psychotherapist John Gartner, who teaches at Johns Hopkins University told Newsweek.