Exclusive New Video: MeidasTouch Presents ‘Weak President’

The new MeidasTouch video ‘Weak President’ has been released at the end of the day on Trump’s birthday, better known as ‘Obama Appreciation Day.’ The video has been released with the hashtag #WeakPresident. 

Trump’s physical weakness was on full display at the commencement address at West Point Military Academy where Trump was unable to drink a cup of water with one hand and where he was unable to walk down a ramp, prompting the hashtag #RampGate. Trump responded on Twitter claiming (falsely) the ramp was steep and slippery and that he ran the last 10 steps, which was yet another lie. Observers and medical professionals commented that there appears to be something physically wrong with Donald Trump. 

We at MeidasTouch would never attack someone for a physical ailment. However, Trump disparaged and made lies about Hillary Clinton’s physical condition the cornerstone of his 2016 campaign. The fact that Trump has habitually lied about his physical strength and physical ailments of others, makes it fair game for us to point out the truth about how weak he is. 

But, of course, Trump is not just physically weak. He is also a weak leader.  He brags of being strong, but he lets our enemies take advantage of the country, he has our allies laughing at us, and he is unable to perform basic management duties attendant with his job. Trump is a braggadocio bully with no bite and follow up. He is the weakest President in American history. This video exposes just how weak he is. 


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19 thoughts on “Exclusive New Video: MeidasTouch Presents ‘Weak President’

  1. Big MacTrump has obviously either had a stroke (the reason for his “Top Secret” hospital visit ) or is trying to hide that he has ME or some other muscular disease. And he has the nerve to bash others for the way they have problems drinking water, walking or are too slow in his mind ( or lack of mind )? Not to mention that he is a chronic habitual liar, the most narcissistic person I’ve ever seen, a bully hiding behind the Secret Service, pitiful insecure, traitorous dictator want to be and poorest excuse of a human being ever to be in office and he’s driven the biggest wedge between Americans with no ability to show empathy or lead this country. He constantly proves that he is a little boy in a morbidly obese man’s body with little or no knowledge of government, history or science and more. Wake up America!!!!!

  2. I make it a point to not attempt a rational discussion with anyone who simply insults whoever they disagree with, rather than dealing with the issues involved. So let’s try considering an important issue…rationally, without rancor, or name-calling.

    Let me begin this hopeful debate by pointing out that I am not a master chef, not a trained auto mechanic, not a physician, and certainly not a certified psychiatrist. However, I know when an omelet’s been burnt, when a finger is broken, when my car’s brakes don’t work, and when a person is mentally deranged.

    Naturally, I might very well be wrong in any or all of these instances. I could be in a restaurant in France, where I’m told that omelets are typically reheated and browned on the bottom. That “broken” finger may simply be a congenital condition with no serious consequences. I could, and have, accidentally put my foot on the wrong pedal. And the object of my “analysis” could simply be clowning.

    But, should actual experts in any of these fields make such “diagnoses at a distance”? That is a serious question, which is a crucial one in these troubled times. Here goes my attempt to answer it.

    Not being a psychiatrist, I see no reason why I can’t state unequivocally, and based entirely on his tweets, speeches, interviews, and his public statements, that President Donald Trump is mentally ill.

    But, should a professional psychiatrist make such a statement about our President? My answer is “yes”. Diagnosis at a distance by professionals in their field of expertise is ordinarily, at the very least, an absurdity. But, as in many instances in this life, actions which may be flat-out wrong in most instances could, under extenuating circumstances, be essential.

    Since Donald Trump is clearly one of the most powerful persons on earth, can order someone killed without being held to account, may even plunge us into war through his position as Commander-in-Chief of our armed forces…public recognition of his fragile mental condition by psychiatrists is not only acceptable but even required.

    It has been some years since I’ve read Gulliver’s Travels, but I do remember that the protagonist did what would ordinarily be regarded as an unpardonable act…as having made use of his giant stature and the contents of his bladder to urinate on the Lilliputian monarch’s palace. But it was on fire, and that was the only water readily available.

    Maybe, now is indeed the time when psychiatrists must commit what would ordinarily be an inexcusable offense, which consists of diagnosing a person at a distance. However, this time the subject is a person who could do, and has already done, irreparable damage to others, to this country, and even to the world.

    And, perhaps, psychiatrists are even justified in analyzing at a distance anyone who can casually overlook the evidence that President Donald Trump is clearly showing signs of a serious mental illness.
    John A. Broussard

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