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CEOs offer scathing assessment of Trump’s mental decline




Trump holds a press conference with Mike Johnson at Mar-a-Lago.

CEOs described as Trumpish left a meeting with the ex-president concerned that he was rambling and not thinking straight.

CNBC reported: “I will say I was surprised. I talked to a number of CEOs who, I would say, came into the meeting as a Trump supporter, or thought they might be going that way, who said he was noticeably squirming, couldn’t think straight, that’s it. about the card, and that they, which is maybe not surprising, but was interesting to me, because these were people who I think were actually susceptible to him and actually walked out of the room. Less susceptible to, I’m actually susceptible to If you don’t think this is necessarily, as someone said, this may not be different or better than Biden’s thought, if you think about it that way.


The reporting comes not from MSNBC, but from the much more conservative business network CNBC, and the people talking about Trump’s mental state were not Democrats or liberals, but CEOs. Chief Executive Officers should be in the Republican wheelhouse. As a group, they have generally supported Republican presidential candidates for decades, so if these people leave a meeting with Trump concerned about his cognitive skills, that’s a huge red flag.

For almost a decade, Donald Trump has refused to release his medical records. Voters don’t know what health problems the ex-president might be hiding. In contrast, President Biden has released decades of his medical records his last full physical.

Whatever Trump has been hiding, his condition has gotten to the point where it is manifesting itself in his speeches, appearances and private events.

There are real questions about Trump’s cognitive suitability for the presidency, and voters deserve answers before they cast their ballots.