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Trump’s Severe Memory Problems Revealed by Author 10 Days Before Debate




Transcript shows Trump lawyer advising fake electors.

Author Ramin Setoodeh said he spent a lot of time interviewing Trump, and that the former president has serious memory problems.

Ramin Setoodeh said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe:

I really got to know Donald Trump after his presidency and got to see what he was like. And this weekend he was talking about how Joe Biden needs to take a cognitive test. Joe Biden, you know, isn’t all there, Donald Trump has serious memory problems. As a journalist who spent most of my time with him, I have to say that he couldn’t remember things, he couldn’t even remember me.

In May 2021 we spent an hour together. And a few months later I went back to the White House, I went back to Trump Tower to talk to him about his time in the White House. And he had, I said, he, you know, he had a blank look on his face. And I said: do you remember me? And he said, no, he didn’t remember our long interview and he wasn’t doing many interviews at that time. So I think the American public really needs to see this portrait of Donald Trump because it shows what he is like and who he is. And who he has always been.


From misstating Rep. Ronny Jackson’s name to CEOs concerned about Trump’s mental decline after meeting with him, there are increasing signs on top of the campaign that are heavily controlling Trump’s campaign appearances to the point where even his comments during meetings were written on the teleprompter. that suggest something is wrong.

While the media is focused on Biden’s performance at the debate, the real attention should be on Trump, who will have to stand and speak for two hours without his teleprompter or management.

Republicans try to hide Trump’s problems, but the harsh light of a presidential campaign often exposes the truth.