If you’re looking for evidence that Donald Trump is mentally unfit to fulfill the duties of his office and should be removed via the 25th Amendment, all you have to do is open your eyes. But if Mike Pence and the cabinet are looking for a definitive excuse, a moment they can point to in which Trump made clear that he’s mentally deranged, all they have to do is point to a particular passage during Trump’s New York Times interview.
While the NY Times interviewers were asking Donald Trump about his visit to France, he brought up Napoleon for no apparent reason. This is what Trump had to say about him:
Well, Napoleon finished a little bit bad. But I asked that. So I asked the president, so what about Napoleon? He said: “No, no, no. What he did was incredible. He designed Paris.” [garbled] The street grid, the way they work, you know, the spokes. He did so many things even beyond. And his one problem is he didn’t go to Russia that night because he had extracurricular activities, and they froze to death. How many times has Russia been saved by the weather? [garbled]
From there, Donald Trump immediately launched into a story about Adolf Hitler:
Same thing happened to Hitler. Not for that reason, though. Hitler wanted to consolidate. He was all set to walk in. But he wanted to consolidate, and it went and dropped to 35 degrees below zero, and that was the end of that army. But the Russians have great fighters in the cold. They use the cold to their advantage. I mean, they’ve won five wars where the armies that went against them froze to death. [crosstalk] It’s pretty amazing.”
Immediately after that, after having brought up Napoleon and Hitler and people freezing to death, Donald Trump declared – with an apparent lack of irony – “So, we’re having a good time.” Full disturbing interview link).
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