Bill Maher panel slams 'malignant narcissist' Trump for inspiring right-wing terrorists
HBO 'Real Time' host Bill Maher (screengrab)

The host of HBO's "Real Time" said President Donald Trump is suffering from malignant narcissistic personality disorder.

Bill Maher was joined on Friday by conservative political strategist Rick Wilson, former interim DNC Chair Donna Brazile, former Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) and Bernard-Henri Lévy.

Maher introduced the story of Christopher Hasson, the white nationalist alleged terrorist who was arrested by the FBI with an assassination list of journalists and Democratic Party politicians.

"He is known as a moderate among Republicans," Maher joked.

The host noted Trump was again targeting journalists as the "enemy of the people" this week.

"How many times does this have to happen before we realize that these guys are the Son of Sam killers and he is the dog that they are listening to?" Maher asked.

"Language can kill," Lévy noted. "Words can be like bullets."

"He can't bring himself to say things like, 'please don't kill your fellow Americans'" Wilson argued.

"He has a disease, malignant narcissistic personality disorder," Maher said. "Nothing else explains it."