The president’s right-hand woman, Kellyanne Conway, finally addressed her husband’s constant criticism of her boss this morning after he publicly questioned whether or not Trump was mentally fit for office and accused him of being a narcissist in a series of critical tweets that made it clear who he was talking about.
Speaking to reporters outside the White House, Kellyanne told reporters that “No, I don’t share those concerns” and tried to muddle this issue by saying that “I have four kids, and I was getting them out of the house this morning before I got here so I didn’t talk to the president about substance, so I may not be up to speed on all of his tweets.”
One would have to have been living in a cave for the past two years to not be “up to speed” on all of his tweets this morning, which touched on all his favorite subjects: the fake news media, congratulating himself for his approval rating among Republicans, how the Mueller probe is a witch hunt, how he’s responsible for the thriving economy he inherited, and so on and so forth.
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One has to truly be living in a state of delusion — or be collecting an enormous paycheck — in order to continue arguing that there’s nothing wrong with the president or his mental faculties or to not even have “concerns” about them.
The president’s mind, never too sharp in the first place, is collapsing before us in real time, unable to handle the pressures of office or the stress of the dozens of investigations into himself, his family, his business, and his administration. One only has to look at his wild and surreal speech at CPAC a few weeks ago, or any of his recent media appearances, or the lengthy list of ways in which his staff treats him like a child, to know that we are not dealing with a man with the ability to fully comprehend what is going on around him and one who should definitely not be in charge of the nuclear codes.
Original reporting by Betsy Klein and Kevin Liptak at CNN.