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Just Out- US President Donald Trumps Suffers From ‘Personality Disorder’

Donald Trump is experiencing an “identity issue”, a previous representative from the US President’s own Republican Party has cautioned.

Tom Coburn, a therapeutic specialist who served for a long time in the House of Representatives upper chamber between 2005 and 2015, said he nonetheless imagined that his center voters would keep on backing the previous unscripted television star.

“We have a pioneer who has an identity issue,” he told The New York Times. “But he’s done what he really advised the general population he would do, and they’re not going to surrender him.”

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The latest of a number of senior Republicans to rebuke their leader, Mr Coburn’s comments came senator Jeff Flake launched a blistering attack on Mr Trump.

Taking to the Senate floor earlier this week, the Arizona politician said Mr Trump’s behaviour was “dangerous to democracy”.

After announcing that he would not seek re-election in 2018, he said he had “children and grandchildren to answer to.”


“Reckless, outrageous and undignified behaviour has become excused and countenanced as telling it like it is when it is actually just reckless, outrageous and undignified,” he said. “And when such behaviour emanates from the top of our government, it is something else. It is dangerous to a democracy.”

He added: “It’s also clear to me, for the moment, that we have given in or given up on our core principles in favour of a more viscerally satisfying anger and resentment. But anger and resentment are not a governing philosophy.”

He reportedly received a standing ovation from fellow Arizonan Senator John McCain, Wyoming’s John Barrasso and Bob Corker, who had earlier made his own feelings about Mr Trump abundantly clear.

“He’s obviously not going to rise to the occasion as President,” said Mr Corker, the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee. He added that “the debasement of our nation” would be what Mr Trump “will be remembered most for”.

He included: “I’ve been with him on numerous events to make some sort of optimistic approach, maybe, to the way he acts. In any case, I don’t feel that that is conceivable. Lamentably, I think world pioneers are exceptionally mindful that quite a bit of what he says is false.

“I don’t know why he brings himself down to such a low, low standard and corrupts our nation in the way that he does.”

Mr Trump let go back in normal style, tweeting: “Corker dropped out of the race in Tennessee when I declined to embrace him, and now is just negative on anything Trump. Take a gander at his record!”


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