Trump Fires Back Against Mental Instability Accusations With ‘Very Stable Genius’ Claim and His Resume

In light of Michael Wolff’s new book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” detractors have revived the claim that President Donald Trump is not mentally fit to govern.

The author told BBC radio his story “seems to present this presidency in such a way that it says he can’t do his job.”

However, multiple people have also debunked parts of the book, and on Saturday, Trump tweeted his own rebuttal.

In a three-part tweet, he said that since Russian collusion didn’t pan out, “Democrats and their lapdogs, the Fake News Mainstream Media” are turning to the “Ronald Reagan playbook.”

Trump argued that in contrast, his “two greatest assets” throughout life have been his intelligence and mental stability. He also pointed out that Hillary Clinton “played these cards” and failed:

Trump said his ability to go from a “very successful businessman” to a top television star to the president of the United States qualifies not only as smart but as “genius.”

“A very stable genius at that,” he added.

What do you think?

9 points
Upvote Downvote

Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
  Subscribe  
Notify of

The First Phase of the Border Wall Just Got a Price Tag — Here’s How Much It Will Cost

Michael Wolff Claims His Anti-Trump Book Is Sparking a Revelation and Will ‘End’ the Trump Presidency