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Body Language Expert Analyzes Trump’s Bonkers Press Briefing and It’s Very Scary, ‘Trump is a Sociopath’

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard about Donald Trump’s absolutely bonkers press briefing today.

Trump claimed at Monday’s coronavirus task force briefing that as president, his “authority is total.”

Trump has insisted that the decision about whether to reopen the country will be a tough one for him to make. When asked about governors having the authority, Trump said the following:

“When somebody’s the President of the United States, the authority is total. And that’s the way it’s gotta be. It’s total. And the governors know that.”

A few minutes later, CNN’s Kaitlan Collins followed up and said, “That is not true.”

“You know what we’re gonna do?” Trump responded. “We’re going to write up papers on this, it’s not going to be necessary, because the governors need us one way or the other, because ultimately it comes with the federal government. That being said, we’re getting along very well with the governors.”

And of course Trump got nasty:

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But it was easy to notice that Trump was different today. He was angry and unhinged. The media is now reporting about Trump’s failures to control coronavirus and it is obviously infuriating Trump.

Dr. Jack Brown, once again, analyzed Trump’s body language and came to some rather scary conclusions.

Take a look:

There’s more:

Dr. Brown also confirms Mike Pence is a beta-male, and basically, a cuck:

We covered this earlier, and Dr. Brown confirms it. Trump is a sociopath.

Dr. Brown also analyzed Pence:

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