Hannity Guest: Science Proves Trump Is The 'Most Sound-Minded' President Ever




 

Excerpts from Bob Woodward's upcoming book, Fear, claim that White House chief of staff John Kelly described President Donald Trump as "unhinged" and "an idiot."

An op-ed by an anonymous senior official published in The New York Times on Wednesday said Trump's instability has prompted talk among Cabinet members of invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.

But a guest on Fox News said Trump ― a self-described "stable genius" ― was of sound mind.

Gina Loudon, a member of Trump's "media advisory board" and author of the book Mad Politics, told Fox News host Sean Hannity:

"Literally, liberals' heads are going to explode at what you just said," Hannity replied.

"They're exploding right now," she laughed.

On Twitter, Loudon repeated her claim in somewhat less scientific terms.

"The country is better than its ever been, but Trump is mean waaaaah wahhhhh!!" she wrote, followed by some crying emojis and "can we move on?"

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