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he's lying, there's no way he's taking that crap. he's only spouting the lie so to keep his base (more like dirt) in a frenzy. Like crazy chimpanzees, that's why his followers are called trumpanzees. And like chimpanzees, they love to throw poop too.
Trump's narcissistic personality disorder does make him a danger to himself.
It would not surprise me if he is taking it.
That's why Ayatollah Pence is there, in case trump meets his maker.