• Michele Starling

    It’s actually Trump voters that should have their heads examined. Because of them, the racist, misogynist grandpa that no one wanted to pick up from the home has a microphone and the whole world is listening.

  • barbara brandt

    I am 73 and I agree about dementia onset for Trump. My Mom had it. I have lost confidence. I always was independent, learned quickly, high IQ, logical and key staffer in a company in Princeton involved with proposal preparation, detailed reports, etc. Last week I found an old address book and noticed I did not recognize many names. My intention is to get to a doctor affiliated with U of PA and have an MRI of the brain — plaque is the key here. It is also a key to alcohol dependency which was part of the Trump family history. I now think I understand the irrational behavior of our new President. I believe he truly believes Obama is plotting against him as he said this week. I believe much of his paranoia is not psychological but early onset of Alzheimers which in the beginning sounds like sociopathology. As a female, I have never accepted his personality and degradation of women sexually and I his racist remarks about Hispanics reflect complete ignorance of our population and contempt for the Constitution and day after day he digs a deeper hole. But if it is Alzheimers, we need to know ASAP. The Republicans and Democrats in Congress have to understand that we are in serious trouble because our President may have this disease.

  • Forbidden Fruit

    Looks like some sort of frontotemporal dementia to me. His behavior and personality are more affected than his memory. If you watch interviews of him from just 4-6 years ago, you can see the difference. He used to be much more calm and subdued, not the ranting maniac he is now.

    Frontotemporal dementia often leads to inappropriate or embarrassing public behavior, as well as paranoia, mood swings and other aggressive or bizarre outbursts. Alzheimer’s, by contrast, is more of a memory-loss disorder. Both are progressive and fatal.

    If he indeed has dementia of any kind, that says more about the voting public than it does about him. That we would elect someone with an organic brain disease to the highest office in the land is a direct reflection of our own intellect and values.

  • Fred_Rzewski

    TRUMP BEHAVIOR SUGGESTS HE HAS ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

    Sadly this happens frequently to people in their late 60s and in their 70s, which is the President;s age.

    First, please read http://www.theimproper.com/142684/donald-trumps-family-history-alzheimers-campaign-issue

    Some of Trump’ Signs of Dementia:
    1. Extreme Paranoia not based on fact.
    2. Frequent changes of topics when answering questions (Trump cannot remember the question after he’s started speaking and so goes off topic.)
    3. Very unreliable memory (i.e. about his many rich Russian connections)
    4. Frequent repetitions.
    5. Cannot complete a sentence unless using a prepared text.
    6. Frequent changes of topics when answering questions (Trump cannot remember the question)
    7. Excessive egotism and infallibility (always he and only he is right).
    8. Preoccupation with true or supposed actions that are no longer relevant to people,
    9. Disregard for common courtesy.
    10. Confrontational behavior and body language.

  • Fred_Rzewski

    TRUMP BEHAVIOR SUGGESTS HE HAS ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

    Sadly this happens frequently to people in their late 60s and in their 70s, which is the President’s age.

    First, please read http://www.theimproper.com/142684/donald-trumps-family-history-alzheimers-campaign-issue

    Some of Trump’ Signs of Dementia:
    1. Extreme Paranoia not based on fact.
    2. Frequent changes of topics when answering questions (Trump cannot remember the question after he’s started speaking and so goes off topic.)
    3. Very unreliable memory (i.e. about his many rich Russian connections)
    4. Frequent repetitions.
    5. Cannot complete a sentence unless using a prepared text.
    6. Frequent changes of topics when answering questions (Trump cannot remember the question)
    7. Excessive egotism and infallibility (always he and only he is right).
    8. Preoccupation with true or supposed actions that are no longer relevant to people,
    9. Disregard for common courtesy.
    10. Confrontational behaviour and body language.

  • Klynekin

    This article is biased in that the authors dislike for Trump is obvious, “He also has a terrible time w facts that he ought to know off the top of his carrot colored hair”…yeah, its apparent the author is a Trump hater. Alzheimers is not heriditary…its a disease that is marked by aluminium accumulation in the brain resulting in inflammation and ultimately death of the neuron…google it. Another suspect agent is consumption of aspartame which also causes cerebral inflammation. Just bc Trumps father (might have had it/fact check please) doesnt mean the Donald has it. This article is just another example of “fake news” coming from a Trump-Hater.

  • Macy’s Mom

    I have said all along that Trump is obviously suffering from early senile dementia. If Trump was a physician judging by his antics he would not be able to perform surgery unless he underwent a Mental Status Examination, and yet this idiot is allowed to become president of the free world. Just wait, you dumass deplorables who voted for this idiot, he will take you down to the hovel where he will end up, and you will rue the day that you voted for him. Just pray that he does not end the world by putting his fingers on the red button because another country “hurts his feelings.”

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