After Donald Trump's Manic Weekend of Tweets, George Conway Just Posted Lists of Symptoms of Two Different Mental Disorders That Perfectly Describe Trump
After President Donald Trump spent much of Saint Patrick's Day rage tweeting, George Conway, the spouse to one of Trump's closest advisors, is warning that the president may be suffering from two diagnosable psychological conditions as outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
"*All* Americans should be thinking seriously *now* about Trump’s mental condition and psychological state, including and especially the media, Congress—and the Vice President and Cabinet."
Donald Trump's Bizarre Tweet Railing Against the 25th Amendment Proves He Doesn't Understand How the Constitution Works
After former FBI Director Andrew McCabe revealed on Thursday that the Justice Department discussed invoking the 25th Amendment with members of President Donald Trump's cabinet, the president demonstrated he does not know anything about the 25th Amendment or really about how the constitution works.
Trump took to Twitter Thursday night to repeat a bonkers line from Alan Dershowitz during an appearance on Fox News (of course):
Former Republican Senator Just Rattled Off an Epic List of Donald Trump's Worst Traits and We Couldn't Agree More
Former Republican Senator Gordon Humphrey minces no words when it comes to his perception of the fitness of Donald Trump to be president.
Humphrey went so far as to endorse Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election after Trump won the Republican Party nomination.
A new resolution introduced in the House of Representatives urges Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet to make Donald Trump submit to a physical and mental health exam over concerns that he is unfit to perform his duties as President. Representative Zoe Lofgren, a Democrat from California writes, “President Donald J. Trump has exhibited an alarming pattern of behavior and speech causing concern that a mental disorder may have rendered him unfit and unable to fulfill his constitutional duties…”
Lofgren’s resolution urges the Vice President and the President’s Cabinet to invoke Section 4 of the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. This is a rarely used amendment whose necessity became clear as far back as 1841 when Vice President John Tyler took over as Acting President for President William Harrison, who died of pneumonia just 31 days into office. As there was no legal procedure in place for how to transfer power in such an instance, and some argued that Tyler was not authentically President, Congress had some tough considerations, says Remi Alli, J.D., an expert in health law. “That’s when they created the hierarchy of who takes over if a president dies in office,” she tells Second Nexus. Among other things, the 25th Amendment allows the vice president and a majority of cabinet members to jointly remove the president from office and replace him with the vice president.