John Kelly Read Assessments About Trump’s Mental Health: Book

Trump administration chief of workers John Kelly studied consultants’ dire assessments of Donald Trump’s psychological well being to assist him learn to address the erratic conduct of his boss, in line with a stunning revelation in an upcoming e book.

Trump’s conduct was so disturbing that members of his personal Cupboard tentatively mentioned using the twenty fifth Modification to drive him out of workplace simply months into his time period, in line with “The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021.” The e book, written by Peter Baker of The New York Occasions and Susan Glasser of The New Yorker, is due out subsequent week.

However Cupboard members opted to not take motion as a result of they feared flaws within the modification might make Trump extra harmful in the event that they didn’t get him out of the White Home, in line with the e book.

As for Kelly, he secretly bought “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” the primary yr Trump was in workplace. The e book featured 27 psychological well being consultants who warned that Trump was unfit for the presidency.

Kelly, a retired Marine normal, consulted the e book as he “sought help to understand the president’s particular psychoses” as he ran the White Home, which Kelly known as “Crazytown,” in line with “The Divider,” a duplicate of which was obtained by The Guardian.

“Kelly told others that the book was a helpful guide to a president he came to consider a pathological liar whose inflated ego was in fact the sign of a deeply insecure person,” reported Baker and Glasser.

Different unnamed senior officers reportedly shared Kelly’s view. “The Divider” quotes one as saying: “I think there’s something wrong with [Trump]. He doesn’t listen to anybody, and he feels like he shouldn’t. He just doesn’t care what other people say and think. I’ve never seen anything like it.”