Glenn Beck: Trump is a Sociopath

Yet another conservative who has chosen to turn on their own platform. Where is the loyalty?

Glenn Beck, founder of The Blaze and also a radio host, has labeled the new president-elect, Donald Trump, a sociopath. In the statement, he said that Trump cannot “connect to others on a human level.” His reasoning? He says that Trump just doesn’t “truly feel for someone that couldn’t help him.”

That alone is a load of bull. There have been many instances of Donald Trump lending a hand to someone who could never repay him. For example:

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1) Trump’s private jet flew a seriously ill jewish boy from California to New York for medical treatment

2) The time that Donald Trump saved Ed McMahon’s house by purchasing it and allowing Ed to continue living in it

3) Trump has donated his money to several health organizations including the American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Association, Alliance for Lupus Research, Autism Speaks, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, and many more

4) Donald Trump called on the family at its home after their son, Ryan White, died of AIDS at age 18

5) He saved an ice skating rink in Central Park by

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