From The Guardian
Trump also cancelled a meeting with the Taliban at Camp David. The meeting was to have been secret. It was scheduled for the week of the anniversary of 9/11. He cancelled it by tweet.
Does any of this strike you as even remotely rational?
Before that, Trump cancelled a state visit to Denmark because Denmark wouldn't sell Greenland to the US. Hello? Greenland wasn't for sale. The US no longer buys populated countries. The state visit had been planned for months.
He says trade wars are "good and easy to win." He insists it's Chinese rather than US consumers who pay his tariffs. He "orders" American firms to stop doing business in China.
I think we have to face the truth that no one seems to want to admit. This is no longer a case of excessive narcissism or grandiosity. We're not simply dealing with an unusually large ego.
The president of the United States is seriously, frighteningly, dangerously unstable. And he's getting worse by the day.
Such a person in the Oval Office can do serious damage.
What to do? We can vote him out of office in 14 months' time. But he could end the world in seven and a half seconds.
There's also the question of whether he'll willingly leave.
Can you imagine the lengths he will go to win? Will he get Russia to do more dirty work? Instruct the justice department to arrest his opponent? Issue an executive order banning anyone not born in the US from voting? Start another war?
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