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Psychological Investigation Into Donald J. Trump – LEVICK
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Psychological Investigation into Donald J. Trump


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Richard Levick sets the stage for the conversation between CNN’s Michael Zeldin & John W. Dean on his new best-seller, Authoritarian Nightmare: Trump and His Followers. Dean, who is best known for his treatise on Richard M. Nixon–another president presumed to have authoritarian tendencies– now drills deep inside the mind of the current president to understand the deep-seated roots of his dictatorial dreams and how close we are to facing an “authoritarian nightmare” if he’s elected again. Trump’s reign in a second term will make Watergate look like child’s play. And of all the many ominous portrayals of Trump this election season, Dean’s book sounds the loudest warning against granting him a second term…Read More

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