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‘Dilbert’ Creator Scott Adams Explains ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’

Trump Derangement Syndrome — it’s a term you’ve likely seen in comment sections or perhaps even headlines from conservative websites. Without the need to read too far into it, you probably already know what it means: the seemingly constant state of of denial from young American liberals regarding Donald Trump’s 2016 electoral victory over Hillary Clinton.

While this sounds like your run-of-the-mill troll born on the internet, some commentators are going as far to say that Trump Derangement Syndrome can actually refer to a real mental disorder. Dilbert comic creator Scott Adams, who now runs a popular blog on current events, made the case during his interview on The Rubin Report.

During the discussion, Adams and Rubin go over how individuals displaying “symptoms” of TDS have behaved since the president’s inauguration, and the striking parallels it has with mental diseases.

Watch the full interview for yourself below, and decide whether or not this amounts to an actual disease for yourself.

~ Liberty Video News


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