It’s a pertinent question, and this psychiatric expert thinks it’s time to test him for it…and remove him from office:
Even if he’s not clinically demented, he’s still grossly incompetent and openly treacherous. And removing him from office would still be necessary, for completely non-medical reasons:
According to Mueller, the president was despondent when Attorney General Jeff Sessions informed him that the special counsel had been appointed in 2017.
“This is the end of my presidency. I’m fucked,” the President said to Sessions.
Three days after the media first reported that Mueller was investigating Trump for obstruction of justice, the President ordered former White House lawyer Don McGahn to fire Mueller, but McGahn declined.
Trump called McGahn at his home on June 17, 2017, according to phone records. He ordered McGahn to call the acting attorney general and tell him that Mueller had conflicts of interest and needed to be removed, saying something to the effect of, “You gotta do this. You gotta call Rod [Rosenstein],” McGahn told investigators.
McGahn wasn’t worried about Mueller’s supposed conflicts of interest, and found them to be “silly” and “not real,” the lawyer told investigators.
McGahn told Mueller that he decided that he would rather resign, because he didn’t want to end up like “Saturday Night Massacre Bork” — a reference to Solicitor General Robert Bork, who fired a special prosecutor at President Richard Nixon’s request during the Watergate scandal, setting off a massive political firestorm.
The report noted that many of Trump’s efforts that could be considered obstruction of justice never came to pass.
“The President’s efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful, but that is largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests,” the report said.
Which only goes to show that they’re all smarter and more law-abiding than he.
Impeach the motherfucker already.