CNBC John Harwood: Trump “Did Not Look Well,” “I’m Concerned About President’s State Of Mind” (Video)

CNBC John Harwood: Trump “Did Not Look Well,” “I’m Concerned About President’s State Of Mind” (Video)

The left and the mainstream media are so worried that President Trump will accomplish what no other president, or foreign leader has been able by reaching a denuclearization agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, that they are questioning his sanity – again.

They have nothing else to report – the Russian collusion narrative is dead, the Stormy narrative is as washed up as she is so they are falling back on reporting fake news.

Following the press conference President Trump held on Saturday before he departed the G7, CNBC correspondent John Harwood said he was “concerned” about the president’s state of mind. He also said Trump “did not look well to me,” and said that it was an “unfocused performance.”

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Harwood’s comments on AM Joy with host Joy Reid:

I got to say that the upshot about this press conference was about tariffs. I’ll be honest as a citizen: I’m concerned about the president’s state of mind. He did not look well to me in that press conference. He was not speaking logically or rationally. It sounded as if he was making stuff up, saying China told me nobody’s ever talked to us, saying, ‘Oh, I talked to Justin Trudeau and can’t believe he was getting away with so much trade stuff.’

I don’t think those things are true. And he — there was something about his affect which was oddly kind of languid for him. I don’t know what it means but he did not look well to me.

The radical assessment was given support by Mother Jones DC bureau chief David Corn, who said: “If you were talking to me this morning the way we just heard Donald Trump talk, I would ask you if you’d taken any medication, advise you not to operate any heavy machinery.”

It isn’t the first time, that members of so-called mainstream media outlets have encouraged speculation about the health of members of the first family.

In January, then-White House physician Ronny Jackson was slammed with an onslaught of questions on Trump’s health in a bizarre press conference as White House correspondents asked about everything from whether he wears dentures to how to guage his mental health, Fox News reported.

The left and the mainstream media can’t stand it that President Trump refuses to conform to their views of how he should be acting as President of the United States. Everything he does they claim will start a world war when in fact his actions may very well benefit the world.

President Trump exposed the mainstream media as hacks who twist the facts to suit their narrative, and the fact that CNBC John Harwood could start a rumor at such a critical point that Trump is insane is proof that they are nothing but fake news.


 

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