Trump’s mental health: Should psychiatrists publicly diagnose the president? | IN 60 SECONDS

In light of Donald Trump’s notable ego and penchant for Twitter, some psychiatrists have said that the president is not fit for office. Are they right? AEI’s Dr. Sally Satel – a practicing psychiatrist – says that opinions on the president’s mental health have more to do with politics than sound medical practice.

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