Trump bullies everyone he comes into contact with who disagrees with him in the slightest, not just the left.

President Trumpís Bully Mentality

President Trumpís first days in office were alarming for several reasons. He immediately began attacking the press, while intentionally stating falsehoods such as he would have won the popular vote, but for ď3 to 5 millionĒ fraudulent votes. Or, maybe they werenít intentional falsehoods? Since most of those falsehoods are easily debunked, such as the size of the crowds at Fridayís Inauguration and Saturday womenís march.

Then you have the CIA meeting, where he stated that it was the lying media that made up his dispute with the intelligence community, whereas it is easy to check Trumpís speeches and Twitter messages for all to see he was the one that criticized the intelligence community for their findings that Vladimir Putinís intelligence services wanted him elected.

So could it be that he is delusional, the words of Mother Jonesí David Corn? Or is it possible that he only listens to news from the likes of Breitbart, The National Inquirer, Fox, and Russ Limbaugh that cater to his voters, not the mass media that reports to the rest of US?

No, it is far more likely that he believes his success in business, such as it is, was due to his bullying tactics, tactics that browbeat investors and lenders to such an extent that he can no longer rely on U.S. investors and banks to finance his projects. So he doesnít careóand may even have contempt forófacts or truths or any kind that donít further his agenda.

A New York Times reporter on Lawrence O-Donnellís MSNBC Last Word said it reminded her of the behavior of dictators, such as the current Russian and Chinese autocrats who considered all news as grist for their propaganda mills.

I have written about the bully mentality several times that has led to increased bullying in school, and even gun violence. It is a mentality that attempts to impose a bullyís version of reality on the real world for the sole purpose of domination. President Trump has always acted the bully, which is the reason for his history of lawsuits and bankruptcies, so that facts are only useful in so much as they support his positions.

Evidence of Trumpís bullying tactics also comes from his words on Twitter and elsewhere, reports Groff Beattle, a professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University who specializes in gestures, has discussed how Trump uses the body language and mannerisms of a bully, such as the exaggerated use of his hands.