Trump Declared In ‘Mental Health Crisis’ By Prominent Psychiatrist Over Latest Manic Tweetstorm
As coronavirus deaths approach 100,000, President Donald Trump spent his Saturday tweeting and retweeting insults at his perceived political adversaries, prompting a prominent psychiatrist to label him “a national mental health crisis.”
“This is why we have called Donald Trump, above all, to be a ‘national mental health crisis’ whose severest effects are yet to come,” warned Dr. Bandy Lee, a forensic psychiatrist at Yale School of Medicine.
Dr. Lee was responding to a message posted by journalist Steven Beschloss, who wrote: “As Americans die, Trump spends his time golfing, attacking Joe Scarborough and fighting with Jeff Sessions for recusing himself. What a tragedy for the country to be held hostage by a malignancy like this.”
This is why we have called Donald Trump, above all, to be a “national mental health crisis” whose severest effects are yet to come. https://t.co/khyqhZX880
— Bandy X Lee, MD, MDiv (@BandyXLee1) May 24, 2020
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