Donald Trump’s Psychologist Niece Reveals He's A Clinically Diagnosed Narcissist, That He Cheated On His SATs And More In Tell All!
In her memoir, the POTUS ’ niece, Mary L. Trump, slammed him, claiming that Donald Trump has been cheating his way through life, even paying someone to take his SATs so that he’d get accepted into Wharton business school. Here’s what she had to say!
Mary is about to release the tell all that is titled Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, and it looks like it’s going to be all about how their family life contributed to the Donald becoming the reckless president he is now and a cheater in general.
About his leadership, Mary also mentioned that the dysfunction he grew up with is directly correlated to now he is now threatening ‘the world’s health, economic security and social fabric.’
But while that is hardly a secret, what the book reveals is far more shocking!
Allegedly, Trump has done many questionable things in his past, including cheating on his SATs.
According to Mary, her estranged uncle used a proxy to take the exam and because of that high score, he was able to get into the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton business school.
Not only that but she also writes that he made cheating ‘a way of life‘ so it’s safe to say it was not the last time he would do it to get ahead.
Mary, who is a clinical psychologist, goes on to write that he also has all nine criteria that would declare him a narcissist and yet, that label is not even enough when it comes to the many psychological problems he has.
‘The fact is Donald’s pathologies are so very complex and his behaviors often inexplicable that coming up with an accurate diagnosis would require a full battery of psychological and neurophysical tests that he will never sit for,’ she writes.
She goes on: ‘Donald has been institutionalized for most of his mature life, so there's no way to know how he'd thrive, or even survive, on his own in the real world. Donald’s ego's been and is a very fragile and inadequate barrier between him and the world, which, thanks to his father’s money and his power, he never had to negotiate by himself.’