Donald Trump Is A Diagnosed Narcissist

Donald Trump Is A Diagnosed Narcissist


WELCOME TO “THE LATE SHOW.”
I’M YOUR HOST, STEPHEN COLBERT.
INFORMATION–
( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )

OVER THE TWO YEARS THAT DONALD
TRUMP HAS BEEN PRESIDENT, A LOT
OF US HAVE WONDERED IF– HOW DO
I PUT THIS DELICATELY– HE’S
INSANE IN THE MEMBRANE.
A COUPLE NUGGETS SHORT OF A
6-PIECE.
WHAT’S THE TRUTH?
ENTER FORMER BUSH ECONOMIC
ADVISER AND SANTA’S BROTHER WHO
WENT TO BUSINESS SCHOOL, LARRY
LINDSEY.
MR. LINDSEY WAS INVITED TO SPEAK
TO HOUSE REPUBLICANS THIS WEEK,
SUPPOSEDLY ABOUT THE TRADE WAR
WITH CHINA.
BUT INSTEAD, HE KICKED THINGS
OFF BY ANNOUNCING HE’D HIRED TWO
PSYCHOLOGISTS TO EVALUATE DONALD
TRUMP, WHO DIAGNOSED HIM AS A
“10 OUT OF 10 NARCISSIST.”
( AS TRUMP )
( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )

“THAT’S RIGHT.
YOU HEAR THAT?
I’M 10 OUT OF 10. I DON’T KNOW
WHAT “NARCISSIST” MEANS, BUT IF
IT’S ABOUT ME,
IT’S GOT TO BE GOOD.
LINDSEY– PERFECT TEB.
PERFECT SCORE.
LINDSEY DESCRIBED TRUMP’S
BEHAVIOR AS “A SYMPTOM OF HIS
UPBRINGING AND A MOTHER WHO
DIDN’T PAY ENOUGH ATTENTION TO
HIM.”
( AS TRUMP )
“DON JR., MY MOTHER NEVER LOVED
ME.
I WANTED MORE FOR YOU.
THAT’S WHY I GAVE YOU THREE
MOTHERS, WHO DON’T LOVE YOU
EITHER.”
NOW, NOT MUCH– WHO KNOWS, WHO
KNOWS?
NOT MUCH IS KNOWN ABOUT TRUMP’S
MOTHER, OTHER THAN THEY
WENT TO THE SAME STYLIST.
( LAUGHTER )
THE PRESIDENT HAS DESCRIBED HIS
MOM AS “A DEMANDING WOMAN WITH A
STERN PRESBYTERIAN FAITH AND A
LOVE OF PAGEANTRY AND
SHOWMANSHIP.”
EXPLAINS WHY THE ORIGINAL NAME
OF TRUMP’S ATLANTIC CITY CASINO
WAS THE “TAJ MOMMY PLEASE
LOOK AT ME!”
( LAUGHTER )
( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )

IT IS.
IT’S BETTER THAT WAY.
LET’S USE THAT ONE.
LET’S USE THAT ONE.
IF THAT’S NOT ENOUGH,
LINDSEY THEN COMPARED TRUMP’S
LONG-TERM PLANNING ABILITY TO
THAT OF AN “EMPTY CHAIR.”
( LAUGHTER )
NOW, I DISAGREE.
HE’S MORE OF A GIANT STOOL.
( LAUGHTER )
( APPLAUSE )

IUST WANT TO REMIND YOU– WHAT?
JUST A TALL– JUST A TALL.
I JUST WANT TO REMIND YOU, THIS
WAS A REPUBLICAN SPEAKING TO
OTHER REPUBLICANS, WHICH MAY BE
WHY, DESPITE ALL THAT,
LINDSEY DID SAY HE WAS IN FAVOR
OF THE PRESIDENT’S CHINA POLICY.
“HE IS A NARCISSISTIC EMPTY
CHAIR WITH MOMMY ISSUES AND SOME
REALLY GOOD IDEAS.
NOW, YOU MAY NOT AGREE THAT
TRUMP IS A NARC SIEFT AND YOU
WOULD BE WRONG– BECAUSE REPORTS
ARE HE’S PLANNING TO
HE’S BEEN PLANNING TO
TAKE OVER THE NATIONAL FOURTH OF
JULY CELEBRATION, CHANGE ITS
LOCATION, AND INSERT HIMSELF
INTO THE PROGRAM.
>>Audience: BOOO!
>>Stephen: THAT’S RIGHT.
IT’S AMERICA’S BIRTHDAY PARTY,
AND TRUMP IS THE GUY SHOWING UP
WITH THE GUITAR TO MAKE IT ALL
ABOUT HIM.
( AS TRUMP )
“OKAY, GET READY FOR SOME LEE
GREENWOOD B-SIDES.
( TUNE OF “PROUD TO BE AN
AMERICAN”)

♪ I’M PROUD TO BE
IN A PLACE OF FLAGS
AND BIG-TIME HOT DOG MEAT!
♪ AND I CAN’T FORGET
THE THING I SAT ON
IS CALLED A SEAT
♪ AND I’LL NEVER… ♪
( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )
TRUMP WARNED US ABOUT THIS A FEW
MONTHS BACK WHEN HE TWEETED,
“HOLD THE DATE!
WE WILL BE HAVING ONE OF THE
BIGGEST GATHERINGS IN THE
HISTORY OF WASHINGTON, D.C., ON
JULY 4TH.”
MAJOR FIREWORKS DISPLAY,
ENTERTAINMENT AND AN ADDRESS BY
YOUR FAVORITE PRESIDENT, ME!”
TOLD THE DATE.
HOLD THE DATE.
LET ME PUT THIS IN MY CALENDAR:
WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN?
FOURTH OF WHAT?
FOURTH OF JULY.
AND WE’LL SHOOT OFF FIRE– WHAT.
AH, FIREWORKS.
GOT IT.
OH, WHAT A COINCIDENCE.
I HAVE THAT DAY OFF, FOR SOME
REASON.
UNLESS PREVIOUS PRESIDENTS WHO
LET THE NATIONAL FOURTH OF JULY
CELEBRATION BE A NONPARTISAN
EVENT.
KICKING OFF A NEW PRESIDENTIAL
TRADITION, WATCHING FRUMP
STRUGGLE TO CLIMB THE STEMS OF
THE LINKON MEMORIAL.
( GRUNTING )
DAMN IT!
DAMN IT!
OH!
DAMN YOU!
DAMN YOU, ABE.
IF I EVER GET UP THERE, I’M
GONNA SHOOT YOU MYSELF.”
( LAUGHTER )
TRUMP IS VERY EXCITED FOR HIS
BIG PARTY.
ACCORDING TO HIS INTERIOR
SECRETARY, WHO’S IN CHARGE OF
THE PROJECT:
“THE PRESIDENT LOVES THE IDEA,
AS PROBABLY ALL AMERICANS DO, OF
CELEBRATING AMERICA ON THE
FOURTH OF JULY, OR THEREABOUTS.”
( LAUGHTER )
YES!
WHO DOESN’T LOVE THE
“THEREABOUTS OF JULY”?
IT IS THE BEST TIME TO CELEBRATE
“WHATEVER,” OR “EQUIVALENT.”
WE’RE LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE
INNER WORKINGS OF DONALD TRUMP’S
TWITTER FEED.
APPARENTLY, HE HAS A LITTLE
SOCIAL MEDIA HELPER:
WHITE HOUSE DIGITAL STRATEGY
DIRECTOR AND MAN TEXTING HIS
LEFT HAND “U UP,” DAN SCAVINO.
SCAVINO IS THE ONE WHO ACTUALLY
PUTS THUMB TO SCREEN ON MANY OF
TRUMP’S TWEETS.
BUT TRUMP IS VERY STRICT WITH
HIM: “THE PRESIDENT IS
PARTICULAR ABOUT EXACTLY
HOW HIS TWEETS SHOULD BE
WRITTEN, SPECIFYING
CAPITALIZATION AND PUNCTUATION.”
( AS TRUMP )
“LISTEN, DAN, MY TWEETS ARE LIKE
INTERNET PASSWORDS– YOU GOTTA
HAVE SOME RANDOM CAPITALIZATION,
AND AT LEASE ONE SPECIAL
CHARACTER.
AND DON’T FORGET TO RUB THE
SCREEN WITH MY LUCKY CHICKEN
GREASE.”
( LAUGHTER )
REPORTEDLY– CHICKEN GREASE.
THAT’S WHERE WE WENT TOO FAR.
OKAY.
REPORTEDLY, WHEN DONALD TRUMP
ANNOUNCED HE WAS PULLING OUT OF
SYRIA, LAWMAKERS CAME TO THE
WHITE HOUSE TO TALK HIM OUT OF
IT.
TRUMP RESPONDED, “GET DAN
SCAVINO IN HERE.
TELL THEM HOW POPULAR MY
POLICY IS.”
YOU CAN’T BASE HOW GOOD YOUR
POLICY IS ON WHO LIKES YOU ON
TWITTER.
( AS TRUMP )
“YOU’VE MADE YOUR POINT,
SENATOR, BUT YOU KNOW WHO
DISAGREES?
@EagleBoner56.
AND MAY I POINT OUT, HIS AVATAR
IS ME PUNCHING A MANATEE.
SO… WE’RE BOMBING TEHRAN.”
MAYBE THE MOST PATHETIC PART:
“TRUMP OFTEN ASKS SCAVINO TO
TELL VISITORS HOW MANY FOLLOWERS
HE HAS ON SOCIAL MEDIA, ASKING
‘HOW MANY PEOPLE DO I HAVE?'”
YOU’VE GOT THE 13TH MOST TWITTER
FOLLOWERS, BY THE WAY.
NUMBER ONE IS KATY PERRY, SEEN
HERE AT THE MET GALA LAST WEEK.
( AS TRUMP )
“I’M COMING FOR YOUR TWITTER
RANKING, KATY.
THEN YOU HAVE TO BE PRESIDENT
ANDIGET TO DRESS UP AS A
CHEESEBURGER.
QUICK QUESTION: IS IT
CANNIBALISM IS YOU EAT
YOURSELF.”

100 thoughts on “Donald Trump Is A Diagnosed Narcissist”

  1. Nobody called for Donna Chump to get a physical exam. or a child level cognitive assesment. Congress and the public have been demanding an "Emergency Mental Evaluation." Let me qualify this…SIX members of Congress introduced five new articles of impeachment against President Trump.

    The members — Steve Cohen of Tennessee, Luis Gutiérrez of Illinois, Marcia Fudge of Ohio, John Yarmuth of Kentucky, Adriano Espaillat of New York, and Al Green of Texas (who has previously introduced his own articles) — have been working closely with constitutional lawyers and are focusing on Trump’s obstruction of justice, violations of the Emoluments Clause, and his attacks on the courts and the press.

    According to Rep. Gutiérrez: “It is clear to us that [Trump] is unfit to be president of the United States of America.”

  2. Trump desperately tries to cover up the fact the whole world is blackmailing them and give them a piece of their own medicin by destroying his credibility and destroying the country. And you are his paid actor.

    3 things need to happen:
    – US has to give away all (military) technology, including all nukes, patents and licenses.
    – US has to confess all their misbehaviour and the criminals should be brought to justice
    – US has to become a unity, most likely only a civil war can achieve that.

    All 3 of these, or zero international business.

  3. What a crying, sad excuse of a human being. He's not funny. He lives in his own interpretation of life; and he's simply wrong about everything.

  4. So now we have doctors that can diagnose pathologies without ever talking to a patient. Yeah! I wonder what those same doctors would say about your pathology Colbert. I would like to see the report on ALL the mainstream media personalities. Every one of you delusional FUCKS would be in a padded cell. What kind of drooling moron gets their news from a FUCKING COMEDIAN, and then believes it. DEEERRRP!!!

  5. It's a shame more of the British public don't watch this show they might get the idea of just what his own country think of him and why he isn't liked they might not be so eager to hand themselves over to him

  6. Anyone else have the "Get help with dealing with a narcissist in your life" advertisement before this? LOL

  7. Photo caption intros are underrated and PURE comedy! Santa's business school brother…😂
    HI-FREAKING-LARIOUS! 😅😁

  8. Several types of evidence support the idea that emotions involve
    activation in one of two basic brain systems, an aversive (negative emotion)
    system controlling defensive reactions, and an appetitive (positive) system
    controlling approach behaviors (Gray, 1987; Lang, 1995). Schneirla (1959)
    concluded from his studies of various animal species that approach and
    avoidance are the most basic forms of behavioral expression. Similarly,
    Konorski (1967) identified two main categories of external reflexes in
    mammals, appetitive and defensive. McLean (1958), building on earlier
    work by Papez (1937), proposed that the basic emotion centers in the brain
    are subcortical structures that developed early in evolution to control
    survival behaviors related to approach and avoidance. Another finding that is
    consistent with this idea of two motivational systems is that statistical
    analyses of mood or emotion words have consistently revealed two major
    factors or dimensions (Tellegen, 1985; Russell & Mehrabian, 1977).

  9. I assembled a team of clinicians who would identify psychopaths in the prison population by means of long, detailed interviews and close study of file information. From this eventually developed a highly reliable diagnostic tool that any clinician or researcher could use and that yielded a richly detailed profile of the personality disorder called psychopathy. We named this instrument the Psychopathy Checklist (Multi-Health Systems; 1991). The checklist is now used worldwide and provides clinicians and researchers with a way of distinguishing, with reasonable certainty, true psychopaths from those who merely break the rules.

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    What follows is a general summary of the key traits and behaviors of a psychopath. Do not use these symptoms to diagnose yourself or others. A diagnosis requires explicit training and access to the formal scoring manual. If you suspect that someone you know conforms to the profile described here, and if it is important for you to have an expert opinion, you should obtain the services of a qualified (registered) forensic psychologist or psychiatrist.

    Also, be aware that people who are not psychopaths may have some of the symptoms described here. Many people are impulsive, or glib, or cold and unfeeling, but this does not mean that they are psychopaths. Psychopathy is a syndrome—a cluster of related symptoms.

    Key Symptoms of Psychopathy
    Emotional/Interpersonal:

    Glib and superficial
    Egocentric and grandiose
    Lack of remorse or guilt
    Lack of empathy
    Deceitful and manipulative
    Shallow emotions
    Social Deviance:

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    Impulsive
    Poor behavior controls
    Need for excitement
    Lack of responsibility
    Early behavior problems
    Adult antisocial behavior

  10. Glib and Superficial
    Psychopaths are often voluble and verbally facile. They can be amusing and entertaining conversationalists, ready with a clever comeback, and are able to tell unlikely but convincing stories that cast themselves in a good light. They can be very effective in presenting themselves well and are often very likable and charming.

    One of my raters described an interview she did with a prisoner: "I sat down and took out my clipboard," she said, "and the first thing this guy told me was what beautiful eyes I had. He managed to work quite a few compliments on my appearance into the interview, so by the time I wrapped things up, I was feeling unusually… well, pretty. I'm a wary person, especially on the job, and can usually spot a phony. When I got back outside, I couldn't believe I'd fallen for a line like that."

    Egocentric and Grandiose
    Psychopaths have a narcissistic and grossly inflated view of their own self-worth and importance, a truly astounding egocentricity and sense of entitlement, and see themselves as the center of the universe, justified in living according to their own rules. "It's not that I don't follow the law," said one subject. "I follow my own laws. I never violate my own rules." She then proceeded to describe these rules in terms of "looking out for number one."

    Psychopaths often claim to have specific goals but show little appreciation regarding the qualifications required—they have no idea of how to achieve them and little or no chance of attaining these goals, given their track record and lack of sustained interest in formal education. The psychopathic inmate might outline vague plans to become a lawyer for the poor or a property tycoon. One inmate, not particularly literate, managed to copyright the title of a book he was planning to write about himself, already counting the fortune his best-selling book would bring.

    Lack of Remorse or Guilt
    Psychopaths show a stunning lack of concern for the effects their actions have on others, no matter how devastating these might be. They may appear completely forthright about the matter, calmly stating that they have no sense of guilt, are not sorry for the ensuing pain, and that there is no reason now to be concerned.

    When asked if he had any regrets about stabbing a robbery victim who subsequently spent time in the hospital as a result of his wounds, one of our subjects replied, "Get real! He spends a few months in hospital and I rot here. If I wanted to kill him I would have slit his throat. That's the kind of guy I am; I gave him a break."

    Their lack of remorse or guilt is associated with a remarkable ability to rationalize their behavior, to shrug off personal responsibility for actions that cause family, friends, and others to reel with shock and disappointment. They usually have handy excuses for their behavior, and in some cases deny that it happened at all.

    Lack of Empathy
    Many of the characteristics displayed by psychopaths are closely associated with a profound lack of empathy and inability to construct a mental and emotional "facsimile" of another person. They seem completely unable to "get into the skin" of others, except in a purely intellectual sense.

    They are completely indifferent to the rights and suffering of family and strangers alike. If they do maintain ties, it is only because they see family members as possessions. One of our subjects allowed her boyfriend to sexually molest her five-year-old daughter because "he wore me out. I wasn't ready for more sex that night." The woman found it hard to understand why the authorities took her child into care.

    Deceitful and Manipulative
    With their powers of imagination in gear and beamed on themselves, psychopaths appear amazingly unfazed by the possibility—or even by the certainty—of being found out. When caught in a lie or challenged with the truth, they seldom appear perplexed or embarrassed—they simply change their stories or attempt to rework the facts so they appear to be consistent with the lie. The result is a series of contradictory statements and a thoroughly confused listener.

    And psychopaths seem proud of their ability to lie. When asked if she lied easily, one woman laughed and replied, "I'm the best. I think it's because I sometimes admit to something bad about myself. They think, well, if she's admitting to that she must be telling the truth about the rest."

  11. Shallow Emotions
    Psychopaths seem to suffer a kind of emotional poverty that limits the range and depth of their feelings. At times they appear to be cold and unemotional while nevertheless being prone to dramatic, shallow, and short-lived displays of feeling. Careful observers are left with the impression they are playacting and little is going on below the surface.

    A psychopath in our research said that he didn't really understand what others meant by fear. "When I rob a bank," he said, "I notice that the teller shakes. One barfed all over the money. She must have been pretty messed up inside, but I don't know why. If someone pointed a gun at me I guess I'd be afraid, but I wouldn't throw up." When asked if he ever felt his heart pound or his stomach churn, he replied, "Of course! I'm not a robot. I really get pumped up when I have sex or when I get into a fight."

    Impulsive
    Psychopaths are unlikely to spend much time weighing the pros and cons of a course of action or considering the possible consequences. "I did it because I felt like it," is a common response. These impulsive acts often result from an aim that plays a central role in most of the psychopath's behavior: to achieve immediate satisfaction, pleasure, or relief.

    So family members, relatives, employers, and coworkers typically find themselves standing around asking themselves what happened—jobs are quit, relationships broken off, plans changed, houses ransacked, people hurt, often for what appears as little more than a whim. As the husband of a psychopath I studied put it: "She got up and left the table, and that was the last I saw of her for two months."

    Poor Behavior Controls
    Besides being impulsive, psychopaths are highly reactive to perceived insults or slights. Most of us have powerful inhibitory controls over our behavior; even if we would like to respond aggressively we are usually able to "keep the lid on." In psychopaths, these inhibitory controls are weak, and the slightest provocation is sufficient to overcome them.

    As a result, psychopaths are short-tempered or hotheaded and tend to respond to frustration, failure, discipline, and criticism with sudden violence, threats or verbal abuse. But their outbursts, extreme as they may be, are often short-lived, and they quickly act as if nothing out of the ordinary has happened.

    For example, an inmate in line for dinner was accidentally bumped by another inmate, whom he proceeded to beat senseless. The attacker then stepped back into line as if nothing had happened. Despite the fact that he faced solitary confinement as punishment for the infraction, his only comment when asked to explain himself was, "I was pissed off. He stepped into my space. I did what I had to do."

    Although psychopaths have a "hair trigger," their aggressive displays are "cold"; they lack the intense arousal experienced when other individuals lose their temper.

    A Need for Excitement
    Psychopaths have an ongoing and excessive need for excitement—they long to live in the fast lane or "on the edge," where the action is. In many cases the action involves the breaking of rules.

    Many psychopaths describe "doing crime" for excitement or thrills. When asked if she ever did dangerous things just for fun, one of our female psychopaths replied, "Yeah, lots of things. But what I find most exciting is walking through airports with drugs. Christ! What a high!"

    The flip side of this yen for excitement is an inability to tolerate routine or monotony. Psychopaths are easily bored and are not likely to engage in activities that are dull, repetitive, or require intense concentration over long periods.

  12. Please be the American our forefathers fought for. Get rid of the embarrassment and biggest threat to our country since Hitler. He's a dangerous sociopath. He feels nothing for people struggling to pay healthcare, he disrespects anyone who doesnt aggree with him and he's a coward that never fought in battle. We as a nation have no integrity if we re-elect this Monster who praises murderous dictators like Vladamere Putin and Kim Jon Ung.

  13. My vote on Trump's mental status? Neurosyphilis. Mark me down for Late Stage Neurosyphilis. 👍🏻😬🧠🤢

  14. Two years of Trump president delivered a lifetime of ignorant repetitive monologues and excruciating imitations from this show #leftwinghack #Colbertsux

  15. this guy is the biggest criminal since the great Al Capone… something he will lay claim to …tremendous crimes..
    watch him … he and his crew (family – even his son is called "DON" — irony or what) are filling their pockets with the with your taxes…. yet he paid none himself.

    what is really sad is that this egotistical megalomaniac who is undeniably a paranoid narcissist, a pathological liar yet a patriot….. and so you choose him as your leader. sums up the American psyche ! thanks America….. so tremendous Democracy is such a gift … so true so true !

  16. If you're not a narcissist, or inclined to be one, you don't truly qualify to be president of the United States of America.

  17. Hold on, isn’t Trump scared of stairs?! This should be fun for Melania and whoever he orders to hold his hand on his other side to get him up and down all those stairs without him having a complete meltdown, not to mention how unfit he is!! He may well end up stopping and doing his speech about 1/4 of the way up the stairs!!😆😆heart attack anyone?! This might be fun after all!! I don’t think he’s thought this through🤔🤔Such a douche!! Hopefully Lincoln’s statue will somehow get tipped over on top of him!!

  18. Proud to be narcisist? What a society that want such person as president only a few inches from pushing the nuclear button?.

  19. Colbert calling someone else a narcissist? Pot, meet kettle. This is a guy who will have James Taylor on his show and then insist on singing along with him.

  20. yup Stephen I believe that Trump is narcissistic person and more same as those children of his. Ivanka, Jr. what a shame he is an illigitimate potus because if it is true that Russia meddled with the election and cheat, this EQUALS Trump is not the real Potus.

  21. NAZI FAKE Americans will put into office whomever will LIE the best to the American public. Welcome TRUMP.

  22. Let's get Pelosi out of our House and put someone in who will fight for the people and not just for big corporations.
    @ShahidforChange

  23. The way to deal with a narc is to ignore them. Stop feeding him.
    Media: stop getting triggered by him – it feeds his ego to see you riled.
    Just ignore. Report the lies he makes without rancour.

  24. Narcissists insist on "the truth" being whatever they say it is and expecting everyone else to believe it. Even though everyone knows a particular claim made by a narcissist to be false, any attempt to inform the narcissist of the error will be met with ridicule and downright abuse. I lived with this for 17 years with a narcissistic mother, so I know what I'm talking about. At least she wasn't President of the United States…

  25. NO MONEY FOR THEIR HUMANITY BUMILLIOFOR YOUR VANITY

    Baby cages are outrageous! -that is Really True

    The only time a baby cage is justified –realD

    Is when it will protect the rest of US from YOU—

    ===they say that your toilet is only plated gold

    ===so sorry- but when your thirsty-it will have to do —

    —we’ll make room on the floor–with rancid burgers galore

    —so you wont have a twitter fit at 3 am –and
    incinerate the World in War—

    May God Bless the UNITED States of America

    and Protect the rest of US from YOU

  26. New slogan for trump:
    I lie, am fake , and hate all americans ..but me .
    Im only patriot here and i know nothing about everything ..but paud off teachers to pass me so it looks like im smart .
    Vote for me ..your fearmongering , rascists, pig of president . But wait …
    I dont need you all to vote ..russia is helping me get elected . 💣💥

  27. Yes…Bill Maher already said that but it's so dangerous as a president!!

  28. trump said it didn't rain on his illegal inauguration and now he says it didn't rain on his 4th of July fiasco!

  29. Stephen Colbert on the DNC payroll so he has to talk about Trump that's a terrible way to make a living

  30. Stephen Colbert 2 years in the making a living off of Donald Trump it's about time you sent a check

  31. The truth is we got some dirt on you from when you were in college so maybe we'll start throwing the mud back

  32. If Trump turned out this way just think what a Don Jr is going to be Dr Jeckel and Mr Hyde personality !

  33. ( NARCISSISTIC ) , IS A PERFECT WORD .!!!!!!!….TO DESCRIBE , OUR PRESENT LEADER .!!!!!!!! . HE MAY GET US INTO WW3 🔥🚨🚀🚀🚀🚀🚨. !!!!!!! IF , NOT CONTROL .!!!!!!! .HE HAS A HABBIT , NOT TO GET ALONG , WITH MOST WORLD 🌎 .LEADERS ☠️🔥.!!!!!! .

  34. He's not just a narcissist. He's been diagnosed as a malignant narcissist. Besides, he has dementia. Let's vote all these scum bags out of office.

  35. Any reputable psychologist would never make a diagnosis without actually seeing the subject. They would also never share it with the world as it is against Privacy/HIPPA and is just disreputable and classless.

  36. These so called psychologists need professional sanctions. They have never examined the subject personally so have no justification for making a diagnosis and taking it to the public.

  37. We've all met narcissists in pubs/bars, haven't we? The self-obsessed/-referencing bore. The guy who gets nastier as he gets drunker, then causes a fight (and loses or gets thrown out). Trump doesn't even DRINK and he's the worst of that breed! They tell you they have the highest IQ, could "have" any woman in the room, were in the SAS or Commandos, know the secret of success, then ask if you could, sort of, buy them the next drink.

  38. Trump is not only a narcissist, he is more than that. He is a PSYCHOPATH. Don't believe me, Google "20 traits of a psychopath."

  39. Indeed he is. And talking about him constantly and giving him free publicity is what he wants. Colbert is doing fantastic at doing that.

  40. I was married to a Narcissist for 15 years and I knew Trump was a Narc as soon as he opened his mouth. I have predicted his every turn so here is a word of warning for the USA…..vote him out and he still won’t go!

  41. Compared Trump's long term planning to that of an empty chair. (Colbert's come back line) More like a giant stool. GREAT LINE COLBERT!

  42. Ambassador Sir Kim Darroch has been left with a shitload of Ferrero Rocher after the Trump administration refused to have further dealings with him.

    Everyone knows that the main job of ambassadors is to hold receptions where massive pyramids of Ferrero Rocher are served to guests. Without the little chocolate and hazelnut balls, World War Three would have broken out decades ago.

    Now that Donald Trump has said the US won’t be dealing with Sir Kim, a stock problem has arisen inside the British embassy.

    “I’ve got thousands of the fucking things,” said the British ambassador standing in front of a warehouse full of Ferrero Rocher.

    “Back home people just associate them with Christmas – they’re something to gift when you can’t be arsed to put any thought into it, second only in effortlessness to a box of Maltesers.

    “However, in the diplomatic community, their nutty deliciousness staves off trade wars and prevents nuke buttons being pressed.

    “When I first presented a tray to Trump he was impressed. ‘Ah, you’ve seen our big triangle thing in Vegas? That’s really great,’ he said.

    “He then immediately popped one in his mouth without taking the foil off, his entourage following his lead. This told me straight away that they were all incompetent and dysfunctional.

    “‘Not bad’, said Trump, wincing and trembling with the mild galvanic shock. ‘Not sure about the nuts though’.

    “Anyway, America’s a big place so I ordered tonnes of this stuff. If I’m not allowed to give any more receptions I don’t know what I’m gonna do with them.

    “I see Theresa May has offered me her full support though. I should probably buy her a nice, thoughtful present to say thank you…”

  43. You think presidents are elected by the public ?
    Get some titanium white imported from China African slave trade (and causes cancer) paint your picket fence..and keep dreaming..
    "The American dream"

  44. Trump is a CUNT. Weirdly, while he doesn’t seem in the least bit homosexual, he nonetheless signifies as very faggy.

  45. It is very likely Late Colbert looks into mirror every night before his show and thinks "Only if I could be like Trump"? Unfortunately not a chance in even million years, he knows that and these $15M per year paid to him by his Global Money Masters do not fully heal his narcissit's persona.

  46. Stephen could sleep well. He is covered by 4 more years. Unless his Big Money master run out of money in the meantime. Who knows.

  47. If the Federal reserve
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    12 years of Republican presidents 
    preceded the great depression of 1929. 
    They cut taxes  mostly for the
    wealthy and persuaded the federal reserve put in place artificially low
    interest rates set by old line Republican beholding to their corporate friends.
    This fueled speculative schemes  and an
    overvalued stock market.  In 1928
    Republican president Hoover claimed the economy was great but then as now, it
    was based on inflated stock prices.  
    America's savings disappeared with the stock market crash. The wealth of
    the world was then and is now concentrated in the hands of a small class at the
    top. When the stock inflated bubble bursts, the great bulk of the population
    will again be no longer be able to purchase the increasing supply of
    goods.  With less demand, production will
    be diminished, jobs will be lost leading to more unemployment and depression.   The
    Federal Reserve must not lower interest rates inflating stock prices even more,
     pumping prices up with easy money.  The greater the stock bubble,  the greater the crash and depression.  The Federal Reserve must not be seen as incompetent
    and incapable of not caving in to political pressure if it is to survive.

  48. You crack pots have no clue what is best for America let alone your children that are all lead astray from the gay rap/hip hop they giggle/dance to. Pitiful parenting and you pukes actually vote!!? OMFG!!

  49. Bruh what if Don Jr. has actually gotten with his step momma?I don't know why but I believe fully that he has fucked Melania.

  50. Of course he's a flagrant embarrassingly obvious narcissist with no insight into that but he is also an antisocial personality disorder and additionally very likely has ADD. From this base of psychopathology flows of course his belligerent assaultive rudeness, habitual delusional lying, sympathy with viscious murderous dictators, disrespect and disreguard of great Americans and their elite levels of accomplishment, distractibility, extremely shallow and childish modes of expression, completely incoherent erzatz "policies", crafty tax evasion, and respect only for all his criminal friends.

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