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‘The president is encouraging breaking the law’: Vindman claps back at Trump’s ongoing attacks

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President Donald Trump gave an interview with Fox News host Geraldo Rivera on his radio show Thursday where he spoke for 45 minutes about a wide range of issues. One was about Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who complied with subpoenas to speak to Congress.

Trump told Rivera that people cheered when Vindman left the White House.

“They did cheer because he is an American hero. Actually we all cheered him! Thanks for telling the truth for once!” said one listener.

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Vindman’s lawyer responded to the ongoing attacks,

“By using the power of his office to repeatedly humiliate and punish those following the law, the president is encouraging breaking the law,” Amb David Pressman said in a statement.

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‘I hear from psychiatrists weekly’ who warn about the president’s ‘mental incapacity’: Trump biographer

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Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio told CNN on Friday that he's been in regular contact with professional psychiatrists who believe President Donald Trump lacks the mental capabilities to handle his job.

During a panel discussion about the president's mental health, D'Antonio spilled the beans about what some experts are telling him they see in the president's behavior and speech patterns.

"I hear from psychiatrists on a weekly basis about a different measure of the president, and that's whether he suffers from mental incapacity," D'Antonio explained. "That's a very different category and goes to whether he can perform his job."

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Trump’s superpower is distraction — but we finally found his kryptonite

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Donald Trump is dumb — so dumb he literally suggested on live television that scientists should explore injecting household cleaners into people's lungs to cure the coronavirus. But due to what appears to be a serious and undiagnosed personality disorder — his niece Mary Trump, who is a clinical psychologist, suggests it's likely narcissism or sociopathy — Trump managed to stumble backwards into a strategy that works well with the 24-hour cable news ecosystem of national politics. Actually, "strategy" may be too strong a word, but it's inarguable that Trump's short attention span, impulsive nature and all-consuming corruption have meant a constant deluge of scandals and outrages, with each one knocking the last one out of the headlines.

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Wisconsin man charged with hate crime for intentionally killing motorcyclist out of anger at Trump

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A Wisconsin man was charged with a hate crime for intentionally hitting a motorcyclist because he's angry about President Donald Trump.

Daniel Navarro swerved his truck into a motorcycle driven by 55-year-old Philip Thiessen, who died at the scene, and police said the crash was intentional and racially motivated, reported WGBA-TV.

"Navarro stated that if Trump and white people are going to create a world like we are living in, then he has no choice and people are going to have to die," the criminal complaint says.

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