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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 19
Individuals in dementia lose the ability to assess risk and accurately measure consequences of their actions. This is happening to Trump. Normal people don't blunder like this on a daily basis and repeatedly deny reality.
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Nicole Hickman James Sep 14
Well, this is freaking SCARY!!! worked with Trump, he knows what he's talking about!!
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 20
When my generation faced a President who broke the law, lied to us, and sent us off to fight an immoral war, we took to the streets. LBJ quit, Nixon resigned. The noblest word in the English language is still “NO.”
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 20
WH this a.m. — Still watching Trump ramble, repeat himself, re-litigate old grudges, limited to simple phrases, deflects the whistleblower issue. This is serious dysfunction and mental impairment.
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25th Amendment Now Sep 15
Trump is seriously, frighteningly unstable. The world is in danger, says Robert Reich
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 20
As a representative, please recognize that Trump is impaired, in cognitive decline, exhibiting signs of the dementia that destroyed his father. Moral flags and political brickbats are a waste of time, money and energy. This is a brain disease.
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 20
Dementia symptoms include rude and childlike “bursts” that seem to overwhelm the elderly person’s ability to modulate speech and behavior. Insulting and self-defeating ugliness replaces civility and basic social graces.
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lisa S Marie 2h
Pathological liars lie.
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John Nusz Sep 18
Robert Reich: Trump Is Dangerously Unstable—and It's Almost Too Late for an Impeachment| Opinion
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 17
Trump makes at least 26 false claims at NM rally. Prevarication (lies) and confabulation (making stuff up) are dementia symptoms. He’s unaware of his impairment. Staff and family are enabling a sick man.
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Cadaver 🕳 Sep 19
You know, all of this talk of Impeachment has become lame to me. What the hell happened to the real solution of the ?
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 18
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Shane Everett 14h
It’s insane that we’re watching the president pretty much losing his mind and no one is doing anything about it. It all comes down to protecting the Republican Party. We could never trust our government again. We have to make our voices heard.
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kingofedutainment 3h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
FACT: You had unprotected sex with a pornstar and had your attorney pay her $130k to keep quiet about it.
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 19
Replying to @HartisPhd
— Fred Trump’s life ended in , and dementia runs in families. Explains shallow speech, lack of dialogue, repeated phrases, made up stories, irritability, poor impulse control, awkward manners, lying, and lack of empathy.
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Scot Krewson Sep 20
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
The man saying the noise from wind turbines causes cancer is calling someone radical? It's a weak minded man who gives up on rational argument and resorts to lies.
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wph Sep 20
For generations, scholars will debate whether or would have been more appropriate.
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 20
Appears very tired, detached, disinterested, unengaged, flat.
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TheMonsterMagnet33 Sep 20
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Yeah it wasn't 51% last week and it's not 52% today in the same way it won't be 53% next week. You are totally delusional if you think throwing up random numbers fools anyone.
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Postal Truth 22m
Replying to @RBReich
What is the best way to deal with Trump now? He is obviously a danger to our democracy? Please provide prescriptive advice. Should we press for the ? ? Pressure for him to resign? Every day he violates the Constitution enabled by McConnell & the GOP.
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