Are you really qualified to diagnose medical conditions? If not, your speculation is useless. Hate if you must, but it seems like there's plenty of REAL stuff to call him out on. Why slip into the gutter if you hope to be taken seriously. It's like all the people out there calling him a "moron", yea right, a billionaire "moron". Such speculation diverts attention from real issues.
No, I'm not qualified to diagnose medical conditions, but a number of mental health professionals have come to this conclusion about Trump and narcissistic personality disorder.
As for ADHD:
Fact-based impressions are not "useless" in discussions on a political forum. I don't think I have to be a professional historian to form opinions about historical events based on reading and observations, nor do I have to be a political scientist to have informed opinions on politics. I think most people here recognize that what we say is a matter of opinion and some opinions are more informed than others. We're trying to make sense of Trump. The traits of the traits that have defined narcissistic personality disorder —grandiosity; an expectation that others will recognize one’s superiority; a lack of empathy--seem to fit him to a tea. I doubt that if we use the term "paranoid" to describe Richard Nixon in our discussions readers would say--t"sk, tsk. Can't say that unless we're mental health experts and have clinically examined him." I think watching Trump on the campaign trail and in office provides ample evidence that he isn't playing with a full deck.
Edited by Okiefreak, February 10 2017 - 10:58 PM.