A well-known Trump supporter turned Elizabeth Warren backer on Friday admitted that he was "really an idiot" to think that Donald Trump would be a good president. When I supported Trump like most Trump supporters we called it fake news. I was really an idiot to think he would be a good president. Conway was responding to Trump tweeting Friday that he had called off military strikes against Iran at the last moment when finding out that Iranians would be killed. In an interview with NBC, Trump later said that he had never given his full approval for the military action. Weissman replied that Trump "is not mentally fit to be President," an argument that George Conway has long made despite being the husband of a top Trump administration official.
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In today's world, the term "narcissistic" has come to mean little more than vain. But narcissism is far more complex than that. It exists in many shades along a continuum from extra-healthy ego to pathological grandiosity. But it's likely that many more fall short of the strict diagnostic criteria.
Artist David Bolduc 'went the way he wanted to go'
For a brief while, David worked at New York Magazine, and while I eventually became one of the legions who adored him, the first twenty minutes of our first social encounter were excruciating. Eventually, he decided to change tack. Also, he said, he got cancer. Because David has always been an open book, a real one seemed inevitable.
But those suffering from narcissistic personality disorder take things several steps further, wreaking much more havoc on the world around them than your typical drama king or queen. Narcissists are not completely intolerable — you just need to take special care when dealing with them in order to protect yourself and your professional or personal relationship with them. Narcissists have an overwhelming sense of self-importance that leads them to exaggerate their prowess and achievements. Over time, that warped narrative becomes truth to the narcissistic person, fueling their self-importance even further.