The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 37 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President – Updated and Expanded with New Essays

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Anonymous says:

Is Trump dangerous to the world? Anyone who thinks Donald J. Trump is mentally unhinged and a serious danger to the USA and the wider world should read this book. Written by reputable, experienced psychiatric professionals who are perhaps restricted from saying that POTUS 45 is allegedly ‘certifiable’, it includes confessions of the ghost-writer of Trumps bestseller ‘The Art of the Deal’, who claims much within the book is ‘fantasy’ /LIES, but Trump insisted they be included in the book.

Anonymous says:

Valuable Insights and educational. You may want to buy this book because you have Mr T – and it will probably tick all of the boxes. However, it is mostly not written in malice – just in terms of serious concern. I say “mostly” because it is a compilation of different opinions from people in different fields. Some of them are obviously anti-trump but even if you like Trump it is worth a read.I am not going to spoil anything by saying too much here but a must-read for any US voter with any intelligence – and concern…

Anonymous says:

Good reading if you want to learn more about psychology If you want to understand how Psychoanalists think it is verry illuminating to read their observations against the backdrop af a case we are all familiar with.Nice combination of media quotes, coupled to DSM V symptoms..Helps me understand how diagnoses are made.After the first few chapters it becomes a bit repetitive (more of the same).If Malignant Narcissism is such a historical thing, shouldn’t we have a compulsory assessment for all those who want to be in…

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