On Thursday, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson penned a dire warning that President Donald Trump's mental decline must be taken seriously, before his behavior causes damage that cannot be repaired.
"The most powerful office in the world is occupied — and being abused — by a man who is entirely unfit and is spinning dangerously out of control," wrote Robinson. "Everyone needs to stop pretending otherwise. And it’s all getting worse."
Robinson walked through all of the insanity Trump has produced this week — from his temper tantrum in a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), to his letter to Turkish President Recep Erdoğan telling him "don't be a fool," to his blasting of James Mattis as "the world's most overrated general."
"Senators, pay attention," Robinson concluded. "You may prefer to let voters judge Trump in next year’s election. But you must realize, at this point, that we may not have that long."
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