WHY DOES THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES feel that he must be the best, do the most bigly and huge things, and out-perform everyone at everything in his wheelhouse?
Donald Trump has the biggest, the best words.
He’s very smart, a “stable genius“.
He won in a landslide Electoral College victory. “In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally” -November 27 on Twitter. (And now he wants to do away with it even though he lost the popular vote. Did he forget about that?)
The crowds at the rallies were huge. “The last [campaign rally] ended at 1 o’clock in the morning in Michigan. And we had 31,000 people, 17,000 or 18,000 inside and the rest outside.” (The truth was there were only about 6,000 total in attendance).
He continuously points out that no one respects women more than he does.
Trump overpowers others by minimizing their size compared to him. “Little Marco” was his campaign nickname for Senator Marco Rubio. He referred to Bob Corker as “Liddle“, and of course, the “Little Rocket Man” in North Korea. All were names to diminish people in order to increase his own stature.
Before becoming the POTUS, Trump lived in a big tower full of gaudy gold stuff and he’s a bigger than life type of celebrity, flaunting his delusions of grandeur every chance that he can.
The seemingly endless list gets added to continuously.
Why? What drives a person to this level of exaggeration? Is it low self esteem? Insecurity? Or something more concrete and definable? And disturbing…
It was right there all along, right under our noses, and nobody wanted to point out the glaringly obvious, except my good friend, Phil Williams, who opened my eyes to this!>>>>
Donald Trump takes Propecia, a prescription for hair loss. He has been on this medication for quite some time, because Trump is very concerned about his outward appearance and he is meticulous in his grooming habits. He spends a lot of time preparing to go on camera or to face the public. His trademark Donald Trump “hair” represents who he is as a person. And the prescription that he takes, Propecia,
has some interesting side effects:
- loss of interest in sex,
- trouble having an orgasm,
- abnormal ejaculation,
- swelling in your hands or feet,
- swelling or tenderness in your breasts,
- feeling like you might pass out,
- runny nose, or
- skin rash
Let’s examine a few of these effects and how they can be directly tied to the presdient’s quirky bigger-than-life behaviors.
Starting at the bottom, we don’t really know if there have been any skin rash issues. Those would be in the medical records which have not been fully released yet, although they have been confiscated from his doctor’s office.
But the runny nose issue is quite apparent, as the president has frequent sniffing episodes during his speeches and must wipe his nose. This was often speculated to be a cocaine problem but no proof of that ever materialized. In fact, it’s more likely that is not the case, since Trump has an aversion to the sort of drugs and experiences that would make a person “high”, but in looking back in the connection with his continuous Propecia use, the sniffles and snuffles surely make sense.
Headaches would be something that could easily be concealed, both with adjustments in scheduling, and more medication.
I’m not sure that passing out is something that Trump would be affected by, or we would have certainly heard of such episodes.
Weakness and dizziness are common side effects of many medications, and with time, these tend to go away, so I don’t think these are an issue for him.
Tenderness and swelling in the breasts in someone of his girth is quite possible, but we won’t hear about this one and he wouldn’t willingly divulge any such side effect. The same for swelling in the hands and feet. We haven’t seen any notable swelling in his tiny hands, but remember not everyone experiences every side effect.
The other side effects are sexual dysfunctions and these could very well be why Trump needs to compensate by being the best at everything and draw the biggest and best people to him.
After all, in the nefarious Stormy Daniels one night affair, Daniels reported that she was not really attracted to him and realized that she had put herself in a bad situation. But she also accepts full responsibility for allowing herself to be put in a situation alone with Trump in his hotel room in 2006. She only let her guard down this once, at 27 years old, much to his dismay. Future rejections may also have contributed to his desire to prove he is the best and she didn’t know what she was missing. The problem with that is that it forces him to admit she is correct about the whole incident.
As recently as yesterday, it was uncovered that Trump was still taking his hair growth medication as a raid on his doctor’s medical records last year uncovered Propecia as part of his prescription regimen.
Three men, including President Trump’s former bodyguard and one of his company’s lawyers, showed up at his Manhattan doctor’s office last year and confiscated the president’s medical records, a new report said Tuesday.
Dr. Harold Bornstein said the “raid” happened two days after he told a reporter that he had prescribed a hair loss drug for the intricately coiffed commander-in-chief, NBC News reported.
Dr. Bornstein claims that the letter he wrote regarding Trump’s health, was actually dictated by Trump himself! So Trump has given himself his own health valuation!
In conclusion, at this time, there is no need to go in to detail on the sexual dysfunction side effects of Propecia. They speak for themselves. But the bottom line is rather evident. Trump needs for things he affects to be bigger than life to compensate for those things that are not….