EPISODE 13   |   JANUARY 17, 2019

RIGHT TO TRY

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Is Trump Derangement Syndrome a real mental disorder? To find the answer, we follow the story of a life-long Democrat, a true American hero, and how baring her soul opened her eyes to a frightening new normal.

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EPISODE 13   |   JANUARY 17, 2019

RIGHT TO TRY

Supported by:

Is Trump Derangement Syndrome a real mental disorder? To find the answer, we follow the story of a life-long Democrat, a true American hero, and how baring her soul opened her eyes to a frightening new normal.

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Patrick Courrielche: We’ve all seen cases Trump Derangement Syndrome – where people are triggered by the simplest show of Trump support.

Lawrence O’Donnell: America is crying tonight, I’m not sure how much of America. But a very significant portion, and I mean literally crying.

Clerk: He’s wearing some Trump bullsh*t. He’s got some racist thoughts in his head. I’m not serving anyone that has to do with that mothef*cker. Leave. Leave the store. Leave the store. Leave the store.

Reporter: Koteski says the woman asked if he was celebrating or protesting Donald Trump’s Inauguration, and he responded celebrating democracy. The woman did go on something of a rant there as you saw. She was later removed from the plane.

Announcer: Donald J. Trump is now President of the United States.

Protester: No!

Reporter: Police in Texas are looking for a man caught assaulting a teen who was wearing a Make America Great Again hat.

Reporter: A man wearing one of Trump’s Make America Great Again hats is attacked on an Uptown train.

Victim: He says, oh great, another white Trump supporter. Next thing I know I have hands around my next and I’m being choked.

Patrick Courrielche: We joke about this seeming affliction, but in all seriousness, is it a real? Is Trump Derangement Syndrome a real mental disorder?

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