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Steve Bannon suggests Trump has early-stage dementia

A veteran 60-minute producer said Steve Bannon had expressed his belief that Trump had early-stage dementia and will be removed via the 25th amendment.

Cohen passed the story on to The Skullduggery podcast:

Mediate noted:

About 16 minutes and 44 seconds into the podcast episode, Rosen was asked about the breaking news in his memoir: Bannon believed Trump had "early-stage dementia" as president.

Bannon also reportedly believed that the 25th Amendment would remove Trump from office because he was no longer spiritually able to run the nation.

Speculation has been rife for years that Trump has some form of mental decline or dementia. A comparison of the videos from a decade ago with those of today suggests that Trump has seen some decline. The man Republicans are so scared of that they would not condemn him for inciting a rebellion against the United States government is widely speculated to be suffering from dementia.

America dodged a bullet in many ways when it threw Trump out of the White House. The country was in a terrible place when Joe Biden took office, but it could have been unfathomably worse if Donald Trump had won a second term.

Trump's dreams of a comeback in 2024 seem even less likely as the word about the true state of Trump's health and mental fitness slowly spreads.

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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Senior Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor's degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.

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