Donald Trump’s Psychologist Niece Says He Still Acts And Thinks Like A Toddler Because Of ‘Deep-Seated Insecurities‘ - Details!
In her new tell-all book, Mary Trump, the niece of the current POTUS, Donald Trump , described him as a man who still thinks like a toddler! According to her, he has many ‘deep-seated insecurities’ that have led to Donald Trump acting like a 3 year old.
As you might have heard, Mary Trump has been exposing her uncle in her brand new book, dragging the president and blaming his upbringing for his behavior today.
The tell-all is titled Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man and is meant to explore the dynamics within the Trump family and how their thirst for power have led to Donald Trump acting like a toddler even in his 70s.
Mary Trump had a lot to say and she obviously held nothing back so it makes sense that the Trump family wanted to stop her from publishing it.
‘Donald today is much as he was at 3 years old: incapable of growing, of learning, or evolving, he is unable to regulate his emotions, to moderate his responses, or to take in and synthesize information,’ Mary writes.
She also claims that Donald always wanted the approval of his father, Fred Trump.
Fred was apparently a cold man to his family and he was disgusted by any type of weakness, be it in his relatives or business partners.
And since Mary’s dad wanted nothing to do with business, Fred’s second-born son, Donald Trump got all his attention instead.
And sure, enough, the current president did everything in his power to earn his dad’s approval.
Eventually, Mary who is a psychologist, claims that Donald started picking up Fred’s pattern of behavior and business model.
She goes on to write that 2 decades after Fred’s death, Donald Trump is still working tirelessly to get his father’s approval.
‘Donald’s need for affirmation's so great that he does not seem to notice the largest group of supporters are people he would not condescend to be seen with outside of his rallies. His deep-seated insecurities have caused in him a black hole of need which constantly requires the light of compliments that disappears as soon as he is soaked it in. Nothing's ever enough.’