The president of the United States is not well. That is an awkward thing to state, yet it is a far more terrible thing to overlook.Consider the meeting Trump provided for the New York Times on Thursday. It starts with a series of deceptions that make it hard to tell whether the President of the free world is lying or capricious.

Collusion Or No Collusion


President Donald Trump glaringly lied in a New York Times meet, asserting that “virtually every Democrat” says there was “no collusion” between his campaign and Russia. In a meeting in which Trump insisted there was “no collusion” 16 times, the president made an astronomical number of false claims. Asked about the Russia probe, Trump oddly asserted, “I think it’s all worked out because frankly there is absolutely no collusion, that’s been proven by every Democrat is saying it.”

 Trump’s Approval Ratings From February To November


In states where Trump won by no less than 10 points, his net approval rating is down 18 rate points, by and large, contrasted with his edge last November. In states that were chosen by 10 points or less in November, it’s down just 13 points. Also, it’s down 8 points on states Clinton conveyed by no less than 10 points.

Proven There Is No Collusion


With respect to Trump’s dispute that “it’s been proven that there is no collusion,” it’s difficult to try and know how to start reacting to that. As of late, Trump’s previous crusade administrator and national security council have both been accused of wrongdoings by Robert Mueller, and the examination isn’t simply progressing yet obviously enlarging in its extension and fierceness.

Trump May Have Obstructed Justice


Sen. Feinstein has not said that she, or any of the continuous examinations, has inferred that there was no conspiracy. What she has said is that examiners trust Trump may have impeded equity in his endeavours to crashes investigation into the plot. 

Trump’s Habits Of Mind


It speaks to Trump’s habits of mind, to the sycophantic sources from which he prefers to get his news, that he heard something Feinstein said and has come to believe she has absolved him — yet misses the actual thing she said that threatens him.

Trump’s Absolute Right To Justice Department


Trump’s expressing precisely: “I have absolute right to do what I want to do with the Justice Department.” And it’s followed by something yet scarier. “For purposes of hopefully thinking I’m going to be treated fairly, I’ve stayed uninvolved with this particular matter,” he says.

Trump Overestimates What He Does Know


In psychology, there’s a thought known as the Dunning-Kruger impact.  It refers to research by David Dunning and Justin Kruger that found the least competent people often believe they are the most competent because they “lack the very expertise needed to recognize how badly they’re doing.”

Cognitive Decline Or Psychological Malady.


It’s become a common conversation topic in Washington to muse on whether the president is suffering from some form of cognitive decline or psychological malady. Ezra Klein doesn’t think those hypotheses are necessary or meaningful. Obvious from Trump’s words that this is not a man fit to be president, that he is not well or capable in some fundamental way.