I often read discussions on the Quora website and there have been so many questions about Trump. One was how he's regarded in other countries outside America. Here's an interesting answer to that question:
There's certainly been doubts over his mental stability. I personally feel he's either clever or demented. We'll have to wait and see.
(Trump should be very careful about saying he's a "very stable genius".)
So at first Pres Trump was complaining about fake media and now about Michael Wolff's book. You know it would be great to hear him saying nice things?
But I don't want to hear anyone else saying nice things about him. I still feel I'm about to throw up when I think about his cabinet meeting last year where all were making sycophantic speeches to him. Remember that one? God that was nauseating.
Remember when I talked about space voyages last year in my blog?
It's just been announced that a real major hero has just died:
US astronaut John Young, who flew to the moon twice and commanded the first ever space shuttle mission, has died aged 87, NASA said.
"Today, NASA and the world have lost a pioneer," agency chief Robert Lightfoot said in a statement.
Young was the only person to have flown missions on the Gemini, Apollo and space shuttle programmes.
He also once famously smuggled a corned beef sandwich on to a space flight as a gift for a fellow astronaut.
Young retired in 2004 after a 42-year career. NASA said he died on Friday following complications from pneumonia."
He majorly overshadows the present US President. John Young was incredibly brave and achieved things far and away more extraordinary than Trump.
But then Trump would still say he's fantastic. Well he is fantastic... but not in the ways he's thinking/saying.
Now of course I've got to mention my pro-Diversity novels which of course relate to actual matters. Yes, they are more fictional than Michael Wolff's book but then they are more absorbing and readable.
Rest assured they don't mention President Trump - although The Devil's Sister is set in present-day and historical America. Yes, it does describe a President but it's President Lincoln I write about who's perhaps more significant than Trump.
As for the connection between Trump and the psychopath in my novel Deprivations: The Psychopath and the Child. Well, in my novel the psychopath is murderous whereas I don't think Trump is. Although he keeps talking about the capability of US nuclear weapons so... who knows?