I wrote ‘The Art of the Deal’ with Trump. His self-sabotage is rooted in his past. - The Washington Post


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But the reassurance he got from even his biggest achievements was always ephemeral and unreliable — and that appears to include being elected president. Any addiction has a predictable pattern: The addict keeps chasing the high by upping the ante in an increasingly futile attempt to re-create the desired state. On the face of it, Trump has more opportunities now to feel significant and accomplished than almost any other human being on the planet. But that’s like saying a heroin addict has his problem licked once he has free and continuous access to the drug. Trump also now has a far bigger and more public stage on which to fail and to feel unworthy.
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may 2017 by redlunate
Infantile. Child. Dumb. Narcissist.
trump  politics 
may 2017 by emmacarlson
The president's behavior, explained.
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may 2017 by kangas
President Trump’s behavior hasn’t changed in decades. It probably never will. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Why does President Trump behave in the…
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may 2017 by timwburch
Perspective | I wrote ‘The Art of the Deal’ with Trump. His self-sabotage is rooted in his past. via
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President Trump’s behavior hasn’t changed in decades. It probably never will. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Why does Donald Trump behave in the dangerous…
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may 2017 by johnrclark
One day, a lone figure in an irradiated wasteland will dig up a sled emblazoned 'Rosebud' https://t.co/qEtwt51dH5
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may 2017 by tobym
One day, a lone figure in an irradiated wasteland will dig up a sled emblazoned 'Rosebud'
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may 2017 by briantrice
President Trump’s behavior hasn’t changed in decades. It probably never will. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Why does Donald Trump behave in the dangerous…
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may 2017 by jrdodds
President Trump’s behavior hasn’t changed in decades. It probably never will. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Why does Donald Trump behave in the dangerous…
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may 2017 by peterwhelan
Favorite tweet: SarahLSmith677

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— Sarah Smith (@SarahLSmith677) May 17, 2017

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may 2017 by tswaterman
"The more he feels at the mercy of forces he cannot control..the more resentful, desperate and impulsive he becomes"
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may 2017 by jameswagner
"The image I had of Trump was that of a black hole."
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may 2017 by macloo