David Reiss, a practicing psychiatrist, has raised alarm bells regarding the mental health of Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Reiss added that Giuliani’s antics were “notably MORE suggestive of neurologically-based cognitive deterioration than Trump’s behaviors (many of which can be due to malignant narcissism or other issues).”
In his latest interview, Giuliani claimed to be “more of a Jew” than Holocaust survivor and billionaire financier George Soros. He also said “that he doesn’t trust anyone anymore” after his associates — who were involved in efforts to dig up dirt on Joe Biden in Ukraine — were arrested.
Trump’s attorney also displayed some other odd behaviors, according to New York Magazine: “As he spoke, he fixed his gaze straight ahead, rarely turning to make eye contact. When his mouth closed, saliva leaked from the corner and crawled down his face through the valley of a wrinkle. He didn’t notice, and it fell onto his sweater.”
‘They just fired on us’: Horrifying videos of cops ‘using journalists for target practice’ in Minneapolis
Journalists covering the protests in Minneapolis reported on being targeted by police on Saturday.
Multiple reports -- including live coverage on CNN -- showed police firing rubber bullets at journalists.
It’s open season on the media for the cops in Minneapolis. Evil. https://t.co/ZR3Nnf9ofH
— Nick Stellini (@StelliniTweets) May 31, 2020
About 75% of Trump’s proposed coronavirus capital gains tax cut would go to the top 1% of earners
Trump has repeatedly floated a cut to capital gains taxes, which are taxes paid by investors on profits made when an asset, like stock or real estate, is sold. The capital gains tax rate is already 35% lower than the top income tax rate, and only about 6% of households in the bottom 80% of earners claim any capital gains, meaning the overwhelming majority of benefits would flow to the wealthy.
By undoing Obama’s nursing home regulations, Trump opened the door for the deaths we’re seeing
In an October 2016 edition of the Federal Register, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services published rules and regulations requiring long term care facilities "to develop an Infection Prevention and Control Program that includes an Antibiotic Stewardship Program and designate at least one Infection Preventionist"