"Donald Trump's defeat is his obsession; it has pulled him into a deep, dark place. His mind has no room to entertain any other thoughts. He wants to pull the rest of us into it as well. He has made it clear that, the worst thing that can happen to a person is to be judged a “loser.” In the 2020 presidential election he was, in fact, a loser, but his narcissism and the incredibly fragile self-esteem that undergirds it won’t allow him to accept that reality. He has spent the past 15 months attempting to overthrow the election in an effort to make himself the winner and, after that effort failed, rewriting the narrative, portraying himself as a victim of “THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY.” In psychological terms the most important thing to understand about Trump is his disordered personality; it’s the only way to even begin to think about how to deal with him."