Dozens of psychiatry experts claim Trump has ‘dangerous mental illness’ at controversial conference

Amid backlash, a group of psychiatrists claimed on Thursday at a conference at Yale University that President Donald Trump has a “dangerous mental illness” and is not fit to be president of the United States.

According to The Independent, over thirty mental health experts, all of whom have never personally examined President Trump, say they have an “ethical responsibility to warn the public about Donald Trump’s dangerous mental illness.”

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Dr. John Gartner, a practicing psychotherapist and advisor to psychiatric residents at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, said during the conference that the president is “paranoid and delusional.”

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This is Trump’s senior picture, from the New York Military Academy’s 1964 yearbook.

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That year, Trump was voted the “Ladies Man” of his class in a “popularity poll.” 

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Here’s Trump in his military attire.

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Here stands Trump with the rest of his class. He’s 11 over from the right in the bottom row, front and center.

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Trump claims he was quite an athlete earlier in life. Here he is as a member of the 1964 New York Military Academy’s varsity soccer team.

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Soccer wasn’t Trump’s only athletic forte that year. Here he is with his fellow intramural bowling team staffers, second from the right.

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