Now just imagine what the Republicans would say if Obama was on the convention stage with 5 children from 3 different wives and his current wife is in magazines posing with another woman in the nude---
At a campaign rally Tuesday in Wilmington, N.C., Donald Trump was discussing the possibility that Clinton, the Democratic nominee, would be able to appoint liberal justices to the Supreme Court if she wins the race for the White House. Here is his statement. "Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish the Second Amendment. By the way, if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do folks. Though the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know."
This statement brought a quick out-lash towards Mr. Trump. People were concerned because the Second Amendment deals with the people`s Constitutional right to own weapons, that this was a call to use those weapons against her. Trump`s campaign made a statement saying that Trump was referring to how the National Rifle Association and other backers of the Second Amendment had the political power to stop Clinton at the polls. If you look at the words, it says that after Mrs. Clinton chooses a Supreme Court Justice is when the "Second Amendment people" may do something and that means while she is President. It does not mean to use their voting rights to defeat her.
Regardless of which way one may read into this, the ambiguity is there to where it can be implied that Clinton should be dealt with by using firearms. A person that intends to be the leader of a nation, such as the United States of America, should be more careful in the usage of his words. Think of what would happen in a crisis situation if his words were mistook as a call for using force. ---- --Here is the video dealing with his comment ------ https://youtu.be/Zx8B00f4PSs
After a week of controversial comments made by Mr. Trump towards a Muslim family, whose son was killed in Iraq while serving in the United States Military, Donald Trump was given a Purple Heart. It occurred day after the New York Times published a story of Donald Trump's military deferment record, In Ashburn, Virginia, at a rally, he told the audience that a veteran had approached him earlier in the day and gave Mr. Trump his own Purple Heart. What astonished many was his remarks to the audience. He said, while holding up the Purple Cross, "I always wanted to get the Purple Heart, this was much easier." The Purple Heart is given to those wounded or to the family of those killed in military service.
The comments came after a Times report that revealed Trump secured a total of five military deferments that helped him escape service during the Vietnam War. While avoiding service, Trump apparently slept with numerous women and never contracted any sexually transmitted diseases—an experience that he described to Howard Stern in 1997 as his "personal Vietnam."
Veterans across the nation lashed out at the insensitive nature of his remarks. Many veterans used social media to show their own experiences in why they received their Purple Hearts. They asked, who would ever want a Purple Heart? This is another example of the questionable ways Mr. Trump uses words that may be used to say he is not mentally capable of holding the office of President of the United States.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder is defined by the Mayo Clinic as, "Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of ultraconfidence lies a fragile self-esteem that's vulnerable to the slightest criticism." The attacks on the Muslim family that lost their son in Iraq while serving in the United States Military, is one of the best examples of him not being able to take criticism. He not only went after the father of the deceased soldier, but also the mother. He questioned her silence while her husband spoke and inferred that because she was a Muslim, she was not allowed to speak. This of course was not the case. Trump never apologized for that attack, or for any statements that have people wonder about his mental ability to be President.
His constant repetitive remarks that only he can make changes in the country is another issue to look at. Trump mentions how only his way will "Make America Great Again," but never mentions and avoids discussions on his 4 businesses that went bankrupt or how he has businesses making products outside the country. His taunting of Senator John McCain for being captured in Vietnam, the superficial comment about Carly Fiorina and her looks, is in keeping of a narcissistic profile. Psychologist Ben Michaelis said. “Narcissism is in cluster B, which means it has similarities with histrionic personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, and antisocial personality disorder." Michaelis also stated, “He (referring to Trump) is so classic that I’m archiving video clips of him to use in workshops because there’s no better example of his characteristics," Narcissism is an extreme defense against one’s own feelings of worthlessness. To degrade people is really part of personality disorder. It is antisocial and shows a lack of empathy for other people.
Along with Trump`s behavioral issues, I personally question is the psychological state of his supporters. Can they not see that this is not a good characteristic of a political leader? We can look through history and see other leaders that display his behavioral pattern, then ask ourselves will this man really "Make America Great Again?"
Here are some symptoms of this disorder and a comparison to what Donald Trump has displayed. 1). An exaggerated sense of self-importance and an unwarranted belief in one’s own superiority. In many of Trump`s speeches, he makes the claim that only he can bring about the changes for the country. He brings up his success in business that made him wealthy. Yet, dismisses all claims of dishonest business deals. 2). An array of inconsistent statements and behaviors driven by one’s needs of the moment, along with a tendency to act on impulse. For this comparison, all one has to do is to watch or read his off scrip comments. His campaign committee has constantly reminded him to stay on script, to stay on the issues at hand, but he still goes off and makes people just wonder why he said these contested comments. 3). The reflex to humiliate and degrade anyone who displeases you. Here we just have to look at the comments made about John McCain and how Trump feels that Senator McCain was no war hero because he was a P.O.W..
There are many more, but let`s look at the way he either flat out lies or is completely ignorant in how the United States government functions. He keeps saying that Mrs. Clinton will repeal the Second Amendment. This cannot not be done by any president alone. Without going into great detail, Congress must also be involved to do this. Mr. Trump should know this if he plans to hold the highest office in the United States. This is only a scare tactic to people that do not know the procedure to side with him.
All of this should make one wonder if Donald Trump is mentally sound to be President.
Trump does not understand that the more violence used against people that believe in a reward in the afterlife, the more will join to fight. While military action is a way to defeat them, it is not the only way. Kill children and families and more terrorists will be created. This cannot be the thinking of a rational mind---to torture and kill families.
these are not the actions of mentally stable person
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