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No Redemption For Trump: Conway Scorches The Return of The Mentally Unhinged

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In a no-holds-barred interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” attorney George Conway didn’t mince words as he suggested that Donald Trump may be grappling not only with dementia but a slew of other psychological disorders.

Conway bluntly dismissed the recent $83.3 million penalty in the E. Jean Carroll defamation case as insufficient to curb Trump’s relentless penchant for slander. He branded the former president an unrepentant liar with a laundry list of psychological issues, particularly pointing to his habitual use of psychological projection.

“He is going to defame people, he is going to continue to defame people because he engages in psychological projection,” Conway asserted. “He is always going to accuse people of falsehoods to draw attention away from himself, and because he is just a pathological liar. That’s what he does. I’m sure he is going to be back at some point talking about this judge and talk about E. Jean Carroll. He is going to be saying absolutely untrue things about everybody because that’s what he’s done his entire life. The good thing, though, about what has just happened is he is finally being called to account for it.”

“He’s not going to stop defaming people; it’s ingrained in him. This penalty won’t deter him,” Conway asserted. “He projects falsehoods onto others to divert attention from his own lies. He’s a pathological liar, and what’s happening now is a long-overdue call to account for his actions.”

Conway went on to dissect how Trump’s political adversaries, including Nikki Haley and the Biden campaign, are strategically leveraging the situation. He urged a relentless focus on exposing Trump’s mental instability.

“I think what we all need to do, and I think Nikki Haley, you know, for some reason is finally starting to do it,” Conway continued. “I think the Biden campaign, from what I can see on their social media accounts, is trying to do it. We need to call out the crazy, we need to point out the crazy. He’s had three years of basically being off the stage, and people have forgotten how absolutely, positively mentally disordered this man is. The more you talk about that, in particular, the crazier it makes him. I’m not just talking about the possibility that he has dementia. I mean, if he were a relative of mine and saying some of the things he was saying and confusing Nikki Haley with Nancy Pelosi, saying that Barack Obama was president, I’d drag him to the nearest neurologist.”

Watch the segment below via MSNBC:

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