Donald Trump is “scared of something”

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Whispers are going on right now, my friends. Those whispers concern Donald Trump’s first criminal trial, which is days away now. There’s a prevailing belief by many, one I share, that Trump’s fear extends beyond the prospect of prison. It’s the dread of long-held secrets finally surfacing.

It’s speculated that this fear is driving Trump to the brink. The fear that his concealed past, once exposed, could have devastating consequences. Indeed, the question lingers: How many skeletons lie in the man’s closet, concealed beneath layers of dusty secrecy, waiting to be unearthed?

They could be anything. Perhaps, as some speculate, Donald Trump is widely afraid of his adultery being front and center. Maybe he worries it’ll turn off voters.

“Poisoned, trashy ecosystem.” That is what Trump biographer Tim O’Brien said to Nicolle Wallace on MSNBC. What he meant by that is that this trial is the perfect storm of tabloid trash—and he’s right. O’Brien also said “he is fundamentally scared of something here.”

My friends, EVERYONE is saying that. Donald Trump, in the last few weeks, has left ANY particle of thought behind as insanity and panic firmly move into his head, rent-free. There’s a storm brewing for Donald Trump, and its name is terror.

What is it that Trump fears so deeply? Could it be something so damn huge, as monumental as his ego, towering so high as to scare the daylights out of him? The implications of these secrets, once exposed, could be profound. And in the next few days, we’ll know for sure.

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