Former governor calls for Trump to get “psychiatric help”

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He has never been a fan of President Trump, but now, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean (D) is saying that Trump “desperately needs psychiatric help.”

Dean was responding directly to a tweet published by President Trump early Monday morning in which he asked, “So why aren’t the Committees and investigators, and of course our beleaguered A.G., looking into Crooked Hillarys [sic] crimes & Russia relations?”

“This guy desperately needs psychiatric help,” Dean tweeted.

In another stab at the president a few minutes later, Dean posted a link from an opinion editorial in The Hill about vacancies in the federal courts, and re-stated the title of the article, “We can’t let Trump pack the court with radicals.”

Dean, a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee and former presidential candidate, has been an outspoken critic of President Trump and said recently on MSNBC that he believes the United States is being run by a “criminal enterprise” under Trump’s leadership.

Back in June, Dean held an interview with MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts, who made the absurd claim that President Trump is trying to provoke a terrorist attack in the United States in order to “prove himself right” about radical Islamic terrorism. That interview can be found here.

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