Monday on MSNBC, former CIA Director John Brennan questioned the psychological capabilities of President Trump “to put the country’s well-being first,” in regards to the coronavirus outbreak.
“When I was the Homeland Security adviser for President Obama, three months into the administration, we had to deal with the H1N1 crisis. And this was a crisis that was obviously identified first inside the United States, not abroad, so we didn’t have time to try to figure out how it should,” Brennan said.
“One of the things I think we see the difference here is that Donald Trump, who throughout his entire life, he’s looked through the world through a prism of how things affect his financial and political fortunes,” he added. “I wonder if he’s psychologically capable to put the country’s well-being first and to subordinate his own interests in trying to spin things in a manner that won’t reflect badly on him.”
You may recall that Brennan is the Deep State operative notorious for subverting national security under Obama.