O’Donnell: ‘We Have No Idea if Donald Trump Feels Anything’

‘There is no public evidence that Donald Trump has any emotional or moral inhibition about launching such a strike’

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O'DONNELL: "We have no idea if Donald Trump feels anything. Dozens of psychiatrists who have studied his behavior for the last couple of years are convinced that Donald Trump feels nothing. They’re convinced that the only thing Donald Trump would feel in listening to Sheila Murphy is sorry for himself, sorry for himself that news coverage like this is portraying him to be emotionally subhuman. And what no one can point to, what no supporter of Donald Trump can point to is a shred of public evidence that Donald Trump cares about any pain that is not his own. There is simply no evidence that anyone’s description of their pain can reach Donald Trump, move him in any way. The world is on edge tonight and every night of the Trump presidency because there is no public evidence that Donald Trump would be moved by the deaths of tens of millions of people who could be killed in North and South Korea if he launches a strike against North Korea. There is no public evidence that Donald Trump has any emotional or moral inhibition about launching such a strike. And there is no public evidence that Donald Trump can be moved even by the searing anguish of a Gold Star mother who Donald Trump has not bothered to call and who very clearly and absolutely does not care about hearing from Donald Trump."

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