This explains a lot about the Trumper

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Getting older and losing mental capacity (starting at a low level). Some would call it insanity... this is why he has all those delusions of grandeur.

Insider warns Trump's serious cognitive problems revealed in Hannity interview​

Former President Donald Trump appears to be suffering from cognitive impairment, a former top Trump Organization insider explained on CNN on Thursday evening.

On Wednesday evening, Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity he could declassify documents telepathically. Trump's claim was met with scorn and derision, described as "obscenely reckless," and disputed by GOP senators.

For analysis, CNN's Sara Sidner interviewed Michael Cohen.

"There's something very different about Donald Trump today than the Donald Trump I remember at the Trump Organization," Cohen said.

"I think cognitively there's something seriously going on. He's so worried about what's going on, not just in this case but in all of the cases, that I really do believe that cognitively there's something going on there because nobody, even Donald -- he's not stupid enough to believe that you can mentally declassify documents," Cohen explained.


"He knew what documents were there. I mean, there's nuclear documents and we don't even know which ones that they are, we don't know what country they relate to," Cohen said. "And I believe he took those documents and all of them in order to use against the United States in the event that he is indicted or potentially incarcerated. "It's a 'get out of jail free' card. "

"There's nothing that he won't do to protect himself because he doesn't care about anyone else other than himself," Cohen said. "In fact, he'll let his kids go down before him. He'll let them fall on the sword the same way he let me fall on the sword. That's who he is."
 

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He was very close to Trump for years and has noticed changes in behavior. Trump has always been somewhat delusional and a persistent liar but he now shows signs of being in LA LA Land.

LOL. TDS again here for display.

Trump isn't Potus. Thats sleepy Joe
 
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LOL. TDS again here for display.

Trump isn't Potus. Thats sleepy Joe
Tell that to Trump - he lost. Then tell all the dumb asses who believe the Big Lie that as well.
The fact that Trump lost is well known and documented - a delusional guy just can't accept that he got beaten like a red headed step child. Anyone who believes the nutcase Trump is also delusional.
 

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Tell that to Trump - he lost. Then tell all the dumb asses who believe the Big Lie that as well.
The fact that Trump lost is well known and documented - a delusional guy just can't accept that he got beaten like a red headed step child. Anyone who believes the nutcase Trump is also delusional.

You wrote Trump three times in three sentences. Do you understand that it is you who is insane?
 

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Tell that to Trump - he lost. Then tell all the dumb asses who believe the Big Lie that as well.
The fact that Trump lost is well known and documented - a delusional guy just can't accept that he got beaten like a red headed step child. Anyone who believes the nutcase Trump is also delusional.
These guys clearly lack any perspective.
 
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Getting older and losing mental capacity (starting at a low level). Some would call it insanity... this is why he has all those delusions of grandeur.

Insider warns Trump's serious cognitive problems revealed in Hannity interview​

Former President Donald Trump appears to be suffering from cognitive impairment, a former top Trump Organization insider explained on CNN on Thursday evening.

On Wednesday evening, Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity he could declassify documents telepathically. Trump's claim was met with scorn and derision, described as "obscenely reckless," and disputed by GOP senators.

For analysis, CNN's Sara Sidner interviewed Michael Cohen.

"There's something very different about Donald Trump today than the Donald Trump I remember at the Trump Organization," Cohen said.

"I think cognitively there's something seriously going on. He's so worried about what's going on, not just in this case but in all of the cases, that I really do believe that cognitively there's something going on there because nobody, even Donald -- he's not stupid enough to believe that you can mentally declassify documents," Cohen explained.


"He knew what documents were there. I mean, there's nuclear documents and we don't even know which ones that they are, we don't know what country they relate to," Cohen said. "And I believe he took those documents and all of them in order to use against the United States in the event that he is indicted or potentially incarcerated. "It's a 'get out of jail free' card. "

"There's nothing that he won't do to protect himself because he doesn't care about anyone else other than himself," Cohen said. "In fact, he'll let his kids go down before him. He'll let them fall on the sword the same way he let me fall on the sword. That's who he is."
Dude, no one is obsessed with Trump more than you. It's your entire world. How sad. Michael Cohen. Lmao.
 

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Getting older and losing mental capacity (starting at a low level). Some would call it insanity... this is why he has all those delusions of grandeur.

Insider warns Trump's serious cognitive problems revealed in Hannity interview​

Former President Donald Trump appears to be suffering from cognitive impairment, a former top Trump Organization insider explained on CNN on Thursday evening.

On Wednesday evening, Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity he could declassify documents telepathically. Trump's claim was met with scorn and derision, described as "obscenely reckless," and disputed by GOP senators.

For analysis, CNN's Sara Sidner interviewed Michael Cohen.

"There's something very different about Donald Trump today than the Donald Trump I remember at the Trump Organization," Cohen said.

"I think cognitively there's something seriously going on. He's so worried about what's going on, not just in this case but in all of the cases, that I really do believe that cognitively there's something going on there because nobody, even Donald -- he's not stupid enough to believe that you can mentally declassify documents," Cohen explained.


"He knew what documents were there. I mean, there's nuclear documents and we don't even know which ones that they are, we don't know what country they relate to," Cohen said. "And I believe he took those documents and all of them in order to use against the United States in the event that he is indicted or potentially incarcerated. "It's a 'get out of jail free' card. "

"There's nothing that he won't do to protect himself because he doesn't care about anyone else other than himself," Cohen said. "In fact, he'll let his kids go down before him. He'll let them fall on the sword the same way he let me fall on the sword. That's who he is."
So cohen knows all about trump. That’s good !!
 

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Getting older and losing mental capacity (starting at a low level). Some would call it insanity... this is why he has all those delusions of grandeur.

Insider warns Trump's serious cognitive problems revealed in Hannity interview​

Former President Donald Trump appears to be suffering from cognitive impairment, a former top Trump Organization insider explained on CNN on Thursday evening.

On Wednesday evening, Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity he could declassify documents telepathically. Trump's claim was met with scorn and derision, described as "obscenely reckless," and disputed by GOP senators.

For analysis, CNN's Sara Sidner interviewed Michael Cohen.

"There's something very different about Donald Trump today than the Donald Trump I remember at the Trump Organization," Cohen said.

"I think cognitively there's something seriously going on. He's so worried about what's going on, not just in this case but in all of the cases, that I really do believe that cognitively there's something going on there because nobody, even Donald -- he's not stupid enough to believe that you can mentally declassify documents," Cohen explained.


"He knew what documents were there. I mean, there's nuclear documents and we don't even know which ones that they are, we don't know what country they relate to," Cohen said. "And I believe he took those documents and all of them in order to use against the United States in the event that he is indicted or potentially incarcerated. "It's a 'get out of jail free' card. "

"There's nothing that he won't do to protect himself because he doesn't care about anyone else other than himself," Cohen said. "In fact, he'll let his kids go down before him. He'll let them fall on the sword the same way he let me fall on the sword. That's who he is."
If they ever can dig under Trump's BS and get past his army of lying lawyers, multiple felonies will undoubtedly be found.
 

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Hey 2 lying quit watching CNN.
Look around and think for yourself.
 

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Getting older and losing mental capacity (starting at a low level). Some would call it insanity... this is why he has all those delusions of grandeur.

Insider warns Trump's serious cognitive problems revealed in Hannity interview​

Former President Donald Trump appears to be suffering from cognitive impairment, a former top Trump Organization insider explained on CNN on Thursday evening.

On Wednesday evening, Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity he could declassify documents telepathically. Trump's claim was met with scorn and derision, described as "obscenely reckless," and disputed by GOP senators.

For analysis, CNN's Sara Sidner interviewed Michael Cohen.

"There's something very different about Donald Trump today than the Donald Trump I remember at the Trump Organization," Cohen said.

"I think cognitively there's something seriously going on. He's so worried about what's going on, not just in this case but in all of the cases, that I really do believe that cognitively there's something going on there because nobody, even Donald -- he's not stupid enough to believe that you can mentally declassify documents," Cohen explained.


"He knew what documents were there. I mean, there's nuclear documents and we don't even know which ones that they are, we don't know what country they relate to," Cohen said. "And I believe he took those documents and all of them in order to use against the United States in the event that he is indicted or potentially incarcerated. "It's a 'get out of jail free' card. "

"There's nothing that he won't do to protect himself because he doesn't care about anyone else other than himself," Cohen said. "In fact, he'll let his kids go down before him. He'll let them fall on the sword the same way he let me fall on the sword. That's who he is."
You don’t seem too concerned about Biden’s decline with his constant yelling and old man shuffle.
 

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Getting older and losing mental capacity (starting at a low level). Some would call it insanity... this is why he has all those delusions of grandeur.

Insider warns Trump's serious cognitive problems revealed in Hannity interview​

Former President Donald Trump appears to be suffering from cognitive impairment, a former top Trump Organization insider explained on CNN on Thursday evening.

On Wednesday evening, Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity he could declassify documents telepathically. Trump's claim was met with scorn and derision, described as "obscenely reckless," and disputed by GOP senators.

For analysis, CNN's Sara Sidner interviewed Michael Cohen.

"There's something very different about Donald Trump today than the Donald Trump I remember at the Trump Organization," Cohen said.

"I think cognitively there's something seriously going on. He's so worried about what's going on, not just in this case but in all of the cases, that I really do believe that cognitively there's something going on there because nobody, even Donald -- he's not stupid enough to believe that you can mentally declassify documents," Cohen explained.


"He knew what documents were there. I mean, there's nuclear documents and we don't even know which ones that they are, we don't know what country they relate to," Cohen said. "And I believe he took those documents and all of them in order to use against the United States in the event that he is indicted or potentially incarcerated. "It's a 'get out of jail free' card. "

"There's nothing that he won't do to protect himself because he doesn't care about anyone else other than himself," Cohen said. "In fact, he'll let his kids go down before him. He'll let them fall on the sword the same way he let me fall on the sword. That's who he is."
Now share whatever you've got on Biden, and we'll call it square.
 
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Now share whatever you've got on Biden, and we'll call it square.
You don't need an insider to tell you there is something seriously wrong with Bidden. The frightening thing is the Democrats and Media have to see it but they are willing to put party and ideology over country.
 
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You don't need an insider to tell you there is something seriously wrong with Bidden. The frightening thing is the Democrats and Media have to see it but they are willing to put party and ideology over country.
The left was making these claims against Trump all along, but the man had a work ethic that would put many to shame. The media put him through a constant grinder. Can you imagine if he ate ice cream during his question and answer sessions? Oh, that's right, he doesn't have many.
 

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The left was making these claims against Trump all along, but the man had a work ethic that would put many to shame. The media put him through a constant grinder. Can you imagine if he ate ice cream during his question and answer sessions? Oh, that's right, he doesn't have many.
He is the most investigate man in history. How he has stood up to this insane scrutiny is amazing and that alone says a lot about the man's strength and courage.

Also, considering all the public and private stuff that he has been involved with over the last 40 years and the fact that after all of these investigations they have not been able to get him could lead one to believe he hasn't done anything for which they could get him.

I guess with the current one they will finally get him.
 

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Getting older and losing mental capacity (starting at a low level). Some would call it insanity... this is why he has all those delusions of grandeur.

Insider warns Trump's serious cognitive problems revealed in Hannity interview​

Former President Donald Trump appears to be suffering from cognitive impairment, a former top Trump Organization insider explained on CNN on Thursday evening.

On Wednesday evening, Trump told Fox News personality Sean Hannity he could declassify documents telepathically. Trump's claim was met with scorn and derision, described as "obscenely reckless," and disputed by GOP senators.

For analysis, CNN's Sara Sidner interviewed Michael Cohen.

"There's something very different about Donald Trump today than the Donald Trump I remember at the Trump Organization," Cohen said.

"I think cognitively there's something seriously going on. He's so worried about what's going on, not just in this case but in all of the cases, that I really do believe that cognitively there's something going on there because nobody, even Donald -- he's not stupid enough to believe that you can mentally declassify documents," Cohen explained.


"He knew what documents were there. I mean, there's nuclear documents and we don't even know which ones that they are, we don't know what country they relate to," Cohen said. "And I believe he took those documents and all of them in order to use against the United States in the event that he is indicted or potentially incarcerated. "It's a 'get out of jail free' card. "

"There's nothing that he won't do to protect himself because he doesn't care about anyone else other than himself," Cohen said. "In fact, he'll let his kids go down before him. He'll let them fall on the sword the same way he let me fall on the sword. That's who he is."
Can you scream from the rooftops any louder “I AM A COMPLETE MORON!”?
 
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The left was making these claims against Trump all along, but the man had a work ethic that would put many to shame. The media put him through a constant grinder. Can you imagine if he ate ice cream during his question and answer sessions? Oh, that's right, he doesn't have many.
The only ethic DJT has is that of a grifter. He is only concerned with himself and taking money from others.
How big is that apartment in NYC again???
 
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The only ethic DJT has is that of a grifter. He is only concerned with himself and taking money from others.
How big is that apartment in NYC again???
Well, at least President Trump built a business and has that apartment based on earring his money the hard way.

By contrast, Joe Biden never had an honest job in his life, lived off the tax payer dime for more than 40 years despite an unremarkable record of public service failure at every thing he touched, and was head of a crime syndicate that was on the Ukrainian and Chinese payroll using his son as the bag man while selling the country down the river.
 
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