Details Reveal Why Psychologist Believes Trump’s Recent Rally Speech Shows Signs Of Dementia

by Jessica

Former President Donald Trump’s recent rally speech in North Carolina has sparked discussions regarding his cognitive abilities due to verbal slip-ups observed during the event.

As reported by Raw Story on Sunday, March 3, Trump momentarily paused his speech when an audience member appeared to suffer a medical emergency before continuing to discuss tariffs.

Many on social media mocked his verbal flubs, prompting psychologist Dr. David A. Lustig to suggest they could be indicative of dementia, a condition Trump has accused President Joe Biden of having.

Dr. Lustig highlighted Trump’s difficulty in maintaining coherent speech patterns, likening it to an “infant trying to speak with a pacifier.”

Responding to concerns about Trump’s future, Dr. Lustig predicted potential deterioration, suggesting Trump may eventually struggle to function autonomously.

In a separate development, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani expressed disagreement with Trump’s endorsement of Mike Sapraicone as the Republican choice to challenge Sen.

Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). Giuliani cited Sapraicone’s past donations to Letitia James, the New York attorney general who previously sued Trump, his family, and his business.

Giuliani’s remarks underscored divisions within the Republican Party regarding Trump’s influence on endorsements.

Meanwhile, concerns were raised by former chief of the Fraud Section in the Department of Justice, Andrew Weissmann, regarding Judge Aileen Cannon’s worries about DOJ policies related to political trials.

Weissmann dismissed Cannon’s concerns, emphasizing that the internal DOJ rule in question is not legally binding and could be changed by Attorney General Merrick Garland.

He clarified that the rule is aimed at preventing the Justice Department from influencing elections through covert cases shortly before elections.

Columnist Jennifer Rubin also weighed in on Trump’s recent rally speeches, describing his statements as “inanities” and labeling him a “crackpot” during an appearance on MSNBC.

Rubin’s remarks highlight ongoing criticism of Trump’s rhetoric and its impact on public discourse.

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