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Bill Press: Leading psychiatrists speak up about Trump

In July 2016, when Donald Trump first appeared on the national political scene, commentators drained their thesaurus for colorful adjectives to describe him: outrageous, unique, unchained, reckless, controversial, free-wheeling, bombastic, unlike anything American politics had ever seen before. But by the time November rolled around, many were whispering there might be a more accurate adjective to describe him: crazy.

In fact, Trump was no sooner in office than 27 psychiatrists and psychologists, organized by Dr. Bandy Lee, forensic

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