If you think Donald Trump’s behavior on camera is bad, you won’t believe what the President of the United States is like behind closed doors. There have been several reports from former staff members (and even current leaks) that show that The Donald is an absolute nightmare to be around.
New reports are coming out that The Donald is an absolute terror for his own staff, and verbally abuses them in meetings. In the past, the New York Times reported that Trump regularly drops f-bombs and launches verbal attacks against his own White House aides. In a piece that only further proves that Trump does not have the mental stability of someone who should be in office, the Times stated:
When President Trump grows frustrated with advisers during meetings, which is not an uncommon occurrence, he sits back in his chair, crosses his arms and scowls.
Often he erupts. ‘Freaking idiots!’ he calls his aides. Except he uses a more pungent word than ‘freaking’.”
The New York Times also reported that Trump is not listening to any of his advisors and is now glued to the television screen more than ever, as he shuns all advice from people who are far smarter than himself.
At the midpoint of his term, Mr. Trump has grown more sure of his own judgment and more cut off from anyone else’s than at any point since taking office. He spends ever more time in front of a television, often retreating to his residence out of concern that he is being watched too closely.”
Trump is also worried sick about his investigations, even though he continues to maintain his innocence:
Trump is said by advisers to be consumed by the multiplying investigations that have taken down his personal lawyer, campaign chairman, national security adviser and family foundation. He rails against enemies, who often were once friends, nursing a deep sense of betrayal and grievance as they turn on him.”
To this day, Trump is still facing major resignations in his administration. If this doesn’t signal that the walls are caving in on Trump, I don’t know what does.
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