MSNBC Guest Reads Definition of a Sociopath Off Piece of Paper While Analyzing Trump

By Conor Beck

MSNBC guest Donny Deutsch read out a definition of the word “sociopath” on Nicolle Wallace’s “Deadline: White House” Wednesday to describe President Donald Trump.

“It dawned on me. You can’t analyze this anymore, and I did some homework. And there’s nothing good about this. I need about 40 seconds,” Deutsch said.

“How to determine if someone is a sociopath. It’s a condition that prohibits people from adapting to ethical and behavioral standards or community,” Deutsch began.

Then, Deutsch began reading characteristics of sociopaths that he seemed to have printed out beforehand.

“Sociopaths are usually extremely charming and charismatic. Sociopaths oftentimes feel entitled to certain positions, people, and things. They believe their own beliefs and opinions are the absolute authority and disregard others. They’re rarely shy and insecure or loss for words, have trouble suppressing emotional responses like anger, impatience, or annoyance,” Deutsch said.

“They do bizarre, risky and outrageous things without assessing repercussions. They’re professional liars. They fabricate stories and make outlandish, untruthful statements. And they get comfortable with their lying. They get bored easily and require constant stimulation. They get comfortable with their lying. They get bored easily and require constant stimulation.”

He paused for a few seconds to turn a page and continued.

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Source:: Washington Free Beacon