There's a line in Game Of Thrones, in which Tywin Lannister admonishes his grandson, Joffrey, for lashing out in a meeting and proclaiming that he is the King.

With Charles Dance's effortless, languid delivery, he carefully responds that "any man who must say 'I am the king' is no true king." There's probably at least a dozen more examples in literature and the like that basically gets the same idea across - any person who has to remind people around them of what they are probably isn't.

So, with that in mind, let's take a look at the latest excrement to dribble out of Trump's Twitter account.


Be honest now, does any of this look like the work of a genius - much less a stable one? Whatever you may think of Michael Wolff's book, Fire And Fury, can you truly look at any of this and say to yourself, "Oh yes, this man's a genius."

As well as touting his intellect, Trump also praised his own mental stability. Mentally stable? Does someone who eats cheeseburgers in bed with three TVs on at half six in the evening when he probably should be doing something a bit more productive sound like someone who is mentally stable?

Does any of this strike you as someone who's mentally stable?


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