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Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Crazy like a fox': Mental health experts try to get inside Trump's mind

Crazy like a fox': Mental health experts try to get inside Trump's mind
- He tweeted his scorn for the anti-Trump women's marches in cities around the world the day after his inauguration. He told congressional leaders he lost the popular vote because more than 3 million people cast illegal ballots. After ABC's David Muir, in an interview that aired Wednesday night, told the president, "I don't want to compare [inauguration] crowd sizes again," Trump plowed ahead, showing off a framed photo and saying, "the audience was the biggest ever, but this crowd was massive. Look how far back it goes. This crowd was massive."
In early January, Trump had told "60 Minutes" that after he was sworn in he would be "very restrained" on Twitter, "if I use it at all." That has not happened. The new president has continued to respond forcefully to seemingly every perceived slight. Is it deliberate? Or does his behavior reflect a personality trait such as narcissism, some kind of obsession that is driving compulsive behavior, or both?