Mary Trump is right about what she just said about Donald Trump

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Mary Trump has three important qualifications that give her unique insights into her famous uncle Donald Trump. First, she is highly intelligent. Second, she has a PhD in clinical psychology. Third, she is able to focus her laser-like intelligence and education on her observations of Donald Trump’s formative years.

As a Trump she was around to watch Donald grow up. She is able to apply her intelligence and education in dissecting his motivations, and analyse those motivations with her very own unique insights. She was present, so to speak, in the womb where it happened.

This is why I implicitly trust her analyses more than that of most others. She not only has the experience with Trump’s early years, but the vocabulary and intelligence and training to tell us how he was formed and why he behaves the way he does. So when Mary Trump says that Donald is starting to panic, I believe her. And her assessment jibes with some of the tales coming out of the snake pit known as Mar-a-Lago.

The author of “Too Much and Never Enough,” had this to say about Donald’s current predicament: “To say that Donald is terrified is accurate and I think an understatement. I think this might be the first time in his entire life that even he can’t deny the walls may indeed be closing in. The amount of evidence that we see coming out of these committee hearings is overwhelming, but even more troubling for him is the witnesses now coming forward.”

So Donald isn’t just terrified — that’s an understatement. That is a fair bit of justice that will do as an appetiser, but not as a main course. Even so, when evil people are under duress that’s usually bad news for the people around them. Trump is known to be a monster when he’s unhappy or stressed. So you can expect ketchup-against-the-wall style stories to come out of Mar-a-Lago, or wherever Trump happens to be, in the coming weeks.

For those who are keen to see Donald Trump brought to justice, the personal hell he’s probably going through right now is a prelude to that justice. As I say, there will be some collateral damage. Trump is a narcissist, and narcissists who are under extreme pressure need victims to hurt to make themselves feel better. Narcissists need people to blame for their unpleasant circumstances, even when the target of the blame is obviously innocent. So people around him can expect to be brutalised by tantrums, personal insults, verbal assaults and even dismissals. After all, we certainly know how much Donald Trump loves to say the words “You’re fired.”

When I contemplate how different people endure difficult times I am unsurprised that Donald Trump is not among the gracious, the enduring, the courageous or the noble. Suffering in silence is not his stock-in-trade. No, Trump behaves the way you’d expect an evil, little, petty man to behave, with evil littleness and pettiness. He behaves above all vindictively, looking for people to blame or even harm.


It’s a wonder to me how so many Trumpers miss what an awful person he is. Given any opportunity to form a reaction, his reactions are always awful. Why on earth did so many people vote for this rapist, this criminal, this disgusting, little man? I don’t think even Mary Trump can answer that one. And, as ever, ladies and gentlemen, brothers and sisters, comrades and friends, stay safe.

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