Wait, Donald Trump said what?

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Some people have remarked on Donald Trump’s crazy outbursts. A few people have been seemingly puzzled by why Writers, such as myself, would label Trump as having low self-esteem when he constantly brags about how great he is.

When I speak of Trump’s poor self image, it comes from the politics of psychology. Anybody who has studied the malignant narcissist’s personality knows that Trump checks virtually every box for this disorder.

It’s also widely known that malignant narcissists are profoundly broken people whose self-esteem is non-existent. And every day, Trump gives us more and more evidence that he is, in fact, a malignant narcissist. And what he said on Wednesday only makes that picture that much clear.

Our country celebrates the people of history who are responsible for making America shine so brightly. Two of these people ate Former Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

We honor them, read about them, and remain amazed by them. People like this show the mightiness of America. But some people appear to think this mightiness isn’t such a big deal. Narcissist Donald Trump certainly seems to be one of those people.

Speaking at the Hispanic leadership conference in Miami, Florida, Trump stunned by announcing that if he had ever run against Washington or Lincoln, he’d have beaten them both soundly. He also said he’d have won by 40 percent.

You know, if Trump were not such a vile human, I’d pity him. These comments show us a glimpse of his brain, and it is a brain in torment. A lot of torment. What might be this man’s daily thoughts? WHO could even think like this? The answer is a malignant narcissist—someone who does not feel the same things we do.

In that regard, we already have some of our revenge on Trump. Donald Trump will never — ever — be able to love anyone. He won’t feel the expansion of his soul as he basks in the glow of familial love.

He will never appreciate a simple walk by the sea and the gentle lapping of beautiful waves. He will never feel the beauty of kindness — of doing something for someone else wholly without expecting anything back. And he will never have power again.

The man is ruined, his brain in constant torment. And no matter what Donald Trump’s ultimate fate is, the one thing he will always be denied is the one thing we all strive for every day — happiness.

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