Category Archives: psychological profile

Is Trump a Turning Point in World Politics?

Joseph S. Nye, Jr. in Project Syndicate – Will Donald Trump’s presidency mark a major turning point in world history, or is it a minor historical accident? Trump’s electoral appeal may turn on domestic politics, but his effect on world … Continue reading

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America in Crisis

Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter of CNN – What do you write on a day like this? How can the day be neatly summed up in a string of sentences and paragraphs? How can the pain, agony, frustration and fear … Continue reading

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CNN’s Jake Tapper: President Trump’s firing of inspectors general creates ‘a world where watchdogs are replaced with lapdogs’

Jake Tapper, CNN Anchor and Chief Washington Correspondent – To end Sunday’s “State of the Union” on CNN, anchor Jake Tapper took a few moments to address President Donald Trump’s firings of inspectors general. Below is a full transcript of … Continue reading

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Psychological Science Says Trump Is a Four Year Old

Noam Shpancer Ph.D. in Psychology Today – It’s quite impossible to watch President Trump for any length of time and remain unperturbed. He possesses what psychoanalysts call “high transference valence”: the ability to provoke strong reactions in others. In fact, this appears to … Continue reading

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Democratic Party Leaders Are Mostly Sitting Out the Presidential Endorsement Race So Far. That’s What Republican Leaders Did in 2016.

Democratic Party leaders are endorsing presidential candidates just as slowly as Republicans did in 2016 Geoffrey Skelley of FiveThirtyEight – Note from Ken Feltman: Democratic leaders and elected officials are following an endorsement practice in 2020 that is similar to … Continue reading

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