How the world is turning against Donald Trump

The United States is in a dangerous state of political disarray.

Trump is a serial liar, a narcissistic narcissist, and a bigot.

He is also a pathological liar, narcissist and bigot.

But this is not surprising.

The Trump phenomenon was inevitable.

What is surprising is how many people have been seduced by his demagoguery.

And what is even more surprising is that Trump has been able to win in this environment by exploiting a deep psychological defect: narcissism.

Narcissism is not just a personality trait; it is also an underlying trait that drives behavior and drives the social environment.

Narcissism has been identified as a “gift of nature” and is an intrinsic part of all life.

It is the reason for why we are so susceptible to temptation, why we act the way we do, why our behaviors are rooted in desire and self-interest, and why we seek out those with whom we can make deals and make promises.

Narcism is a genetic disorder that can be overcome through psychological treatment, self-care, and education.

But the Trump phenomenon has only strengthened this pathological predisposition and made it easier to take advantage of.

Trump and his supporters are not only exploiting a psychological defect, they are also enabling it.

The reason why the Trump-loving public is in such a state of disarray is because they are so addicted to narcissism that they have been lulled into a false sense of security by Trump.

In the Trump era, Trump’s supporters have been fed a diet of lies and distortions that have made their lives miserable.

They have been told that Trump is not a racist, a sexist, a misogynist, a xenophobe, or a bigot, and that he is not responsible for the mass killings in Orlando and San Bernardino.

These false claims have been used by the media to promote Trump’s candidacy and to demonize him and his party.

They are being used to support the rise of Trumpism, which is a political movement based on hatred of Muslims, immigrants, the poor, blacks, and other minorities.

The reality is that all of these people are racist, sexist, xenophobic, and homophobic.

They all want to destroy the fabric of society.

They want to eliminate the institutions that are supposed to protect us.

Trump’s lieutenants have been lying to them in order to make them feel safe.

They know that they can trust him, that he has their back, and he has been honest with them all of his life.

Trump has also been able, through the manipulation of the media, to gain control of public discourse, which has empowered him to push his agenda at the expense of the people.

This has been a vicious cycle of lies, distortion, and misinformation that has created an environment that is more conducive to Trump’s power and the rise he wants to achieve.

But Trump’s opponents, who have been tricked into believing the lies, have been the most vulnerable to the effects of the Trump effect.

Trump himself is no exception.

The public has been sedated by his lies, and they have given him an almost complete pass on their own behavior.

This is a big reason why Trump’s support has surged in the wake of the Orlando massacre.

The vast majority of the public, and especially white voters, did not vote for Trump because they believed his lies and his demeanors.

The media has been manipulating public opinion in the most vicious way possible to support Trump, and this has enabled him to take over the Republican Party.

Trump, for all his faults, has been an effective politician in the Trump Era.

His success in the media and in politics is partly due to his willingness to lie and to distort to get votes.

This willingness to deceive and to lie has made him a magnet for the Republican base, who is not only loyal to him but eager to vote for him.

It has made his campaign a disaster for Democrats.

He has been using his bully pulpit to promote xenophobia and hatred of immigrants, Muslims, and blacks.

He’s done all this at the detriment of the American people, and so he is winning elections in the United States and throughout the world.

Trump was also able to mobilize his base by claiming that Hillary Clinton and her supporters were responsible for “a great crime” that resulted in the massacre of 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando.

The victims of the massacre were a gay couple.

The attack was perpetrated by Omar Mateen, a mentally ill man who carried out the attack on the gay club.

This was a lie.

He did not commit the massacre.

His rampage was motivated by his hatred of the LGBT community, which he believed to be “terrorists” and who were in league with the “radical Islamic terrorists.”

The victims, the gay couple, and the community they represented were not “terrorist” people.

They were victims of a violent hate crime perpetrated by a disturbed person.

This claim, however,