Letter: Trump’s stability should be called into question

Nuclear threats with North Korea particularly scary

If President Trump is so very stable, why do so many think he should be evaluated not just for a physical exam but also be evaluated mentally? It’s definite he is very unstable. He acts like an undisciplined, spoiled 10-year-old brat when insisting anytime he is quoted for saying something asinine or doing something idiotic that it is “fake news.’’ I think the phrase “fake news” is about all Trump knows how to tweet. In fact, he does not need a laptop with all the letters of the alphabet, just the ones that are needed to spell “fake news.’’

What has been stated, though, is Trump really did not want to win the presidency. And just about everyone in his family, including his wife, was shocked when he won. One thing that many worry about is Trump taking on North Korea and telling “Little Rocket Man” Kim Jong-un that Trump himself will take him on and prove he can outdo him at making nuclear bombs and firing them sooner than Kim Jong-un can himself. The threat, and not knowing what will become of it, is just as scary.

The only thing Trump was successful at was getting people to vote for him. Anyone who did, I think, is as much of a lamebrain as Trump himself. And believe me, that is not easy to do.

MARIJO MASTROIANNI, Topeka

 

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