A new book, “Fire and Fury”, came out recently that apparently doesn’t put Donald Trump in a good light. The aforementioned, not surprisingly, is not too thrilled about it and, as is always the case with anything that comes out that he doesn’t agree with, thinks it a work of fiction. I haven’t read the book, nor do I plan to. The less I know about that lunatic, the better off I am I think. Plus, based on what I’ve seen, I don’t think the book is really exposing anything the general populace already knew about this person (I can’t even call him a man, because he’s anything but). What I will mention, though, is his insistence that’s he’s a “stable genius.” Let’s break that up.
First, the stable part. Nothing about Trump exudes stable; quite the opposite, actually. Especially someone who frequently rants, raves, threats and insults on Twitter. He has an attention span of a gnat. And he is probably the most thin-skinned person I have ever seen. Anything said about him that’s not in a positive light he takes offense to and throws a tantrum and starts name calling. This is not how a president is supposed to act; people in general don’t act like this. Stable? I think not. Trump is anything but.
The second, most laughable portion, is genius. Anyone who is truly a genius, normally doesn’t have try to convince others that they are. When I think of genius, I think of people like Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein, Linus Torvalds (creator of Linux) and, even though I detest all things Apple, Steve Jobs; there are others of course. Trump is by no means in the same league as these people. Just look at his vocabulary and sentence structure.
If anything, Trump is certifiable. He’s not all there and he’s way too unstable of a person to be President of the United States. Sure, there have been others with unscrupulous and questionable character in that office (Nixon comes to mind and he was ultimately forced out), but none to the level of Trump.
And that’s all I have to say about that.