- President Donald Trump's employees are worried about his mental abilities, wrote an anonymous senior administrative official in a book to be published this month.
- According to The Washington Post, the author of "A Warning" wrote that Trump "stumbles, blurs, gets confused, gets easily irritated, and has trouble synthesizing information not occasionally, but regularly."
- "I am not qualified to diagnose the mental acuity of the president, "they said, according to The Post. "All I can say is that ordinary people dealing with Donald Trump are uncomfortable with what they are experiencing."
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The staff of President Donald Trump are worried about his mental abilities. According to the book "A Warning" by an anonymous senior official of the Trump administration.
The author, who is still working in the administration, expresses great concern that Trump is not fit and dangerous for a post, according to the Washington Post, which has received an award copy of the book, which will be released later this month shall be.
The official best known for writing an article in the New York Times in September 201
"I am not qualified to diagnose the mental acuity of the president," the author wrote, according to The Post.  9006] "All I can tell you is that ordinary people who deal with Donald Trump do not feel well when they are a witness, stumble, sip, get confused, are easily irritated and have trouble getting information synthesize, not just occasionally, but regularly, and those who would say otherwise are lying to themselves or to the land. "
However, reports of Trump's mental decline are still unfounded rumors. The author, who refused to identify himself, does not seem to have any medical qualifications such as the necessary training to diagnose a person's mental or neurological condition.
While some medical experts have described the President's conduct as dangerous and insisted that it be linked to his mental health, others have claimed that speculation stigmatises people with mental illness. The vast majority of them are not dangerous ,
In addition, no administrative official has yet spoken about concerns about Trump's mental and neurological abilities while Trump was president. The closest comparison is George Conway, the husband of the senior White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, who said he believes Trump is a narcissist with a mental disability, but he is not a doctor either.
"A Warning" is due to be released November 19 by Twelve Books, a Hachette Book Group company.