Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump cannot be diagnosed, but he can be compared to the psychodynamic portrait of a psychopath, the type who understands morality, propriety and the world around them through a self-focused lens and a self-indulgent hunger, Paul Mattiuzzi writes.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump cannot be diagnosed, but he can be compared to the psychodynamic portrait of a psychopath, the type who understands morality, propriety and the world around them through a self-focused lens and a self-indulgent hunger, Paul Mattiuzzi writes. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump cannot be diagnosed, but he can be compared to the psychodynamic portrait of a psychopath, the type who understands morality, propriety and the world around them through a self-focused lens and a self-indulgent hunger, Paul Mattiuzzi writes. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press

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