Donald Trump has House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and his impeachment on his mind. Yet, he is mindful of how his voters view him. The news has cast him as mentally breaking based upon the dramatic number of tweets he has flooded the country with. Sunday morning he started the day with just the one tweet — but what a telling tweet it is.
He responded to one of his own tweets calling the speaker “Crazy Nancy.” Then, he asked the Speaker one simple question:
‘Any answers Nancy?’
To be fair, it was also possible that the president was just in a hurry for an early golf game, and he did not have time to tweets and get that interesting coif done.
Still, it was worth checking in with the professionals to see what they had to say. Forensic psychiatrist and assistant clinical professor at Yale University Bandy X. Lee has interpreted 45’s “telling subconsciously,” according to Newsweek:
“It’s not an insult [for Pelosi to request Trump be evaluated],” she said. “I object to this. The president himself does that when he refers to Adam Schiff as a ‘deranged human being’ or Hillary Clinton as a ‘crazy woman.’ But when mental health professionals are involved it refers to something we know about and are concerned about. We invoke terms in order to help a situation, that is the difference.”‘
Then, the president retweeted one of Dan Scavino’s tweets:
‘BROUGHT TO YOU BY…[email protected] & @GavinNewsom pic.twitter.com/9HzLRR1irm’
— Dan Scavino (@DanScavino) December 28, 2019
Trump tried to control the speaker, which was a huge ridiculous attempt. He told her to work on “her decaying city and spend less time on the impeachment hoax:”
‘Crazy Nancy Pelosi should spend more time in her decaying city and less time on the Impeachment Hoax!’
Twitter went crazy. Dems and GOP went at each other in the tweets below:
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