The President of the United States is mentally unstable. Did you get that? Okay, allow me to repeat: The President of the United States is mentally unstable. I’m sure you know who the president is. After all, he is the leader of the free world. Yes, the shit-flinging-monkey at the zoo currently pretending to the president, again, is mentally unstable. Are you surprised? If you’ve been paying attention as I have, you wouldn’t be. However, if you’re one of his MAGA-hat-wearing psychophants, you’ll probably just say that this is just “fake news.” Why? Because, of course, I get paid by George Soros to speak untruths about Donald Trump. Well, there’s that and the fact that I too am a Kenyan, like Barack Obama.

Here’s the problem with that, though. Trump’s son all but confirmed that his father is mentally unstable. Speaking in a radio interview, Eric Trump – yes, the son who looks like Frankenstein – talked about his father’s mental instability. According to Eric Trump, his father has no time for criticism because to do so would have him all in his feels. And apparently, criticism would drive his father into a depression and to commit suicide.

According to PoliticsUSA, this is what Eric Trump said: “It’s the media, the mainstream media, who does not want him to succeed. It’s government who does not want him to succeed. People who are very comfortable in their white marble offices in Washington, DC who he compromises and he threatens in some way, shape or form. ”

President Donald Trump looks down while speaking to reporters about healthcare during an energy policy discussion with leaders of American Indian tribes and U.S. governors at the White House in Washington, June 28, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

He continued, “They’ve never had to deal with somebody who’s an outsider who won’t put up with nonsense, and this is the result no matter what he does, he’s going to get hit and listen, I think you have to tune it out. You obviously have to be tuned into it because you have to know what’s being said, but at the same time you have to take it all with a grain of salt, and you know, if they weren’t talking about you, you wouldn’t be doing something right and it’s important to keep it in context, otherwise quite frankly you’d probably end up killing yourself out of depression.”

Anyone who has followed Trump closely can tell you that there’s something wrong with him. Braggadocio, self-aggrandizement, and a lack of personal responsibility aside, any armchair psychologist or ordinary person could tell you that he wants to be loved. If I had to guess, I’d say that his condition was developed in his childhood. It’s as though he has spent his entire life trying to live up to the expectations of his racist father, Fred Trump. This is what I think this is the root of Donald Trump’s personality disorder.

I think he’s a very sad man, and he has been this way his entire life.

While I detest Donald Trump, everything that he is, and everything he represents, I don’t wish death upon him. I just want him out of our lives. I’d prefer if his exit came by way of an impeachment, or being booted out of office in 2020. Unfortunately, in this case, you get what you pay for. And clearly this is what America wanted, so we all have to deal with it. Until then, I hope and pray that the erratic imbecile doesn’t accidentally launch any nukes in a fit of rage because of anything anyone in the media says about him. Yeah, that would suck. But hey, it’s not like we were not warned that Trump lacked the temperament for the job.

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RiPPa is the creator, publisher, and editor-in-chief of The Intersection of Madness & Reality. As a writer, he uses his sense of humor, sarcasm, and sardonic negro wit to convey his opinion. Being the habitual line-stepper and fire-breathing liberal-progressive, whether others agree with him, isn’t his concern. He loves fried chicken, watermelon, and President Barack Obama. Yes, he's Black; yes, he's proud; and yes, he says it loud. As such, he's often misunderstood.