Johns Hopkins’ Top Psychotherapist Releases Terrifying Diagnosis Of President Trump – Bipartisan Report

If there’s one thing we can say about Donald Trump, it’s that he’s unlike any other world leader we’ve seen to date. The problem, however, is that his differences fail to set him apart in a positive manner.

Almost daily, Trump tweets about the “biased media,” “fake news,” or a world leader who has suddenly done something so terrible that he must take to Twitter to publicly berate them. Notice, however, that it’s always someone else with the problem. It’s never him.

However, John D. Gartner, a registered psychotherapist from the renowned Johns Hopkins University Medical School seems to think Trump may, in fact, be the one with the problem. Gartner, who teaches psychiatric residents at Hopkins, decided to break the ethical code known as the “Goldwater Rule” in order to warn the American public about the dangerousness of our new commander-in-chief’s mental state. (Read more)

Advertisements

Ben Carson Apologizes to Johns Hopkins Community – Daily Intelligencer

Response: Goes to show he ain’t ready however the Republican Party ain’t ready for him either he will just be used like the rest before him. He will learn the day!

Ben Carson’s apology tour continued this afternoon in an e-mail that was sent, according to its subject line, to "the Hopkins Community":

Dear Colleagues, Friends and Associates:

As you know, I have been in the national news quite a bit recently and my 36 year association with Johns Hopkins has unfortunately dragged our institution into the spotlight as well. I am sorry for any embarrassment this has caused. (More)

Read more:

Dr. Ben Carson

Carson Willing to Step Down as Commencement Speaker After Protests – NewsMax

A pediatric neurosurgeon who has become the darling of conservatives since speaking against nationalized healthcare is now under fire for comments he made about same-sex marriage.

Dr. Benjamin Carson told MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on Friday that he would be willing to step down as commencement speaker at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine after faculty and students signed petitions asking that he not speak.

“I would say this is their day, and the last thing I would want to do is rain on their parade,” Carson told Mitchell. (More)