Originally Posted by kellyb
If the objection is that you can't fairly diagnose someone without direct contact, how could they?
But since it's a disorder, and by definition must be causing some sort of hindrance to their life, the man is President of the United States so I'm not seeing the hindrance that it should have been created in a man that is so obviously afflicted that it can be diagnosed without any interaction.
He beat the Clinton political machine, and a press system that was very negative towards his candidacy, treating it as a joke. Take a look at the election day coverage on the MSM. They were shocked. So maybe his grandiose thinking isn't a mental disorder but an outcome of beating the world.
So if he actually does have NPD, how has it hurt him?