BRZEZINSKI: “I keep hearing from people now. Is he okay? Is he okay? Like, dead serious they look at me and they say, ‘Is he okay?’ And I don’t have a good answer.”
DEUTSCH: “I have the answer. He’s not.”
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SCARBOROUGH: “People on the inside say he keeps getting worse and mentally keeps getting worse. This is a man in decline.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “This president cannot be stopped. He’s not well.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “And by the way, this travel ban wouldn’t have helped anything that happened. I mean, it’s — the lack of intellectual ability is stunning.”
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DEUTSCH: “There’s the unwritten rule in the psychiatric community that nobody diagnoses from afar. I just don’t think he’s a well guy, period.”
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JORDAN: “The behavior pattern that he is demonstrating right now is not normal. You know, I kind of just want to dispense with political correctness for a bit and just say what everyone is thinking. This behavior is crazy. He needs to get a grip.”
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SCARBOROUGH: “This is so unbalanced. He is not well.”
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SCARBOROUGH: “He’s just not well.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “He has literally devolved to the point where there is concern about his health or about his ability to take in information and use it correctly. It’s like a child.”
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BARNICLE: “Are you concerned about the President’s health?”
PELOSI: “I think his family should be concerned about his health.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “And I don’t know how we withstand an unhinged presidency.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “I’m seriously worried about a person who would do this and worried about that person on a number of levels.”
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DEUTSCH: “…because he’s not well and he’s not attached to reality.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “I swear to God, this guy is tweeting right now. Our president, the leader of the free world, he’s got his fingers on the button and he’s tweeting about Hillary.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “It’s time for Article 25.”
SCARBOROUGH: “Amendment. It’s 25th Amendment.”
BRZEZINSKI: “25th Amendment, let’s do it.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “No, seriously. You have all this misinformation being churned out by the President himself sometimes. This looks like the steps leading up to a total meltdown.”
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BRZEZINSKI: “This is not funny. This is really bad. Just for the record, we’re all really nervous. So, if people out there feel nervous, we do to. We don’t think this is funny.”
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SCARBOROUGH: “Somebody at the top of his campaign last summer said to me, ‘We’re all really worried about his emotional state.’”
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DEUTSCH: “He’s not well. He’s not of sound mind. That’s somebody who clinically you look at and say there’s something wrong with him. He’s clearly not well. That’s it. He’s mentally ill.”