Ever forget? It happened to Ron White.
It also happened to Donald Trump. Yesterday Trump attended the 2018 NCAA Football National Championship. During the singing of the national anthem it was quite apparent that he didn’t know, or forgot, the words to the national anthem. The irony of Trump’s apparent inability to sing the very anthem he claims to champion was not lost on the Internet.
This striking inability to remember the words comes at a particularly bad time for Trump. Questions about Donald Trump’s mental capacity dominate the news media and are the subject of the national best seller the Fire and Fury. A leading psychiatrist has told congressional Democrats that Trump’s mental health is “unraveling.” Two dozen Democrats have introduced legislation requiring that the president to be examined and removed from office if deemed unfit by a commission of physicians and psychiatrists.
Wolff’s book isn’t the first to raise issues about the President’s mental stability. In their blockbuster book “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,” published last October, 27 leading psychiatrists evaluated Trump’s mental capacity. It was their conclusion that “Anyone as mentally unstable as this man simply should not be entrusted with the life-and-death powers of the presidency.”
The funny thing is this episode comes immediately after declaring himself to be a STABLE GENIUS!