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From: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostApr-10 8:33 AM 
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 33563.1 

Brian Stelter:

Source tells Haberman that Trump is "bouncing off the walls"

Hey, do you remember when a president's moods didn't have to be a national news story? 

Many of Monday's leaks from the W.H. were about just how angry, just how enraged, Trump is. On "AC360," Maggie Haberman said Trump's public venting is "a fraction of what he is saying in private. He's 'bouncing off the walls,' according to one source..."

The WashPost points out...

That "this was Trump’s first crisis without Hope Hicks." Also: "Without a lead attorney in Dowd’s absence, Trump has absorbed some advice from a number of legal commentators on cable news..."

Hannity: "Robert Mueller declared war today"

The dominant message from pro-Trump talking heads: Jeff Sessions, Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller ALL have to go. "Mueller has to be dealt with," Seb Gorka told Lou Dobbs on Fox Biz. "This is a sham investigation," Steve Cortes said on CNN...

 
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From: shibumiMCApr-10 6:16 PM 
To: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 5) 
 33563.2 in reply to 33563.1 

Good training for him when he gets sent to that rubber walled suicide-watch cell at San Quentin.

 

 
From: oldmillotApr-10 11:30 PM 
To: Marci (marcinmin) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (3 of 5) 
 33563.3 in reply to 33563.1 

https://narcissisticbehavior.net/what-causes-narcissistic-rage/

Arf!

Narcissistic rage is a reaction to narcissistic injury, a perceived threat to a narcissist’s self-esteem or self-worth.  The rages can take two forms: explosive and pernicious, or passive-aggressive. The explosive and pernicious rages are highly volatile outbursts which may be verbal or physical, whereas the passive-aggressive rages are more likely to be experienced when the narcissist withdraws into sulky silent treatment as a means of punishment.

It is a mistake to confuse narcissistic rage with anger, although the two may be similar, there are differences.  The narcissist can be triggered into an extreme rage by something that would normally only provoke angry feelings in another person.  For example, they can fly into a rage by something that would appear relatively trivial in other company; such as disagreeing with them, or preventing them from carrying out their desired wishes (no matter how grandiose their fantasies are).  In fact, any time you accidentally (or deliberately) trigger any (conscious/unconscious) shameful feeling, the narcissist will go into a predictable rage.

 

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From: shibumiMCApr-13 9:03 AM 
To: BaseballBill  (5 of 5) 
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You don't need to mention that - all you'll get in here is opinions - even from those who are URL-addicted.

 

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