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Trump Tells Longtime Employee ‘I Hate Everyone in the White House’

U.S. President - Donald Trump
U.S. President Donald Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump has become increasingly erratic, undisciplined, unfocused and frustrated in the White House, leading people close to him to worry that he is “unraveling,” according to reports coming out of the White House.

The president’s staffers and longtime confidantes have a new level of concern. They describe the president as increasingly “consumed by dark moods,” according to a report on Vanity Fair online.

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A half dozen prominent Republicans and presidential advisers told Vanity Fair that the White House is in crisis and that the president is “unstable” and “losing a step.”

“I hate everyone in the White House! There are a few exceptions, but I hate them,” Trump told his longtime security chief, Keith Schiller, according to two sources familiar with the conversation.

Trump is still reeling from his decision to endorse Luther Strange, the losing candidate in last month’s Republican Party primary in Alabama to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ former Senate seat.

“Alabama was a huge blow to his psyche,” a person close to Trump said. “He saw the cult of personality broken.”

Even before Republican Sen. Bob Corker (R., Tenn.), the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, called the White House an “adult day care” after the president attacked him on Twitter, some West Wing advisers worried that Trump’s behavior might push the Cabinet to take dramatic constitutional measures such as removing him from office, sources told Vanity Fair.

The report also described Trump’s chief of staff, John Kelly, as “miserable in his job,” adding that he is remaining in his post “out of a sense of duty to keep Trump from making some disastrous decision.”

“Alabama was a huge blow to his psyche,” a person close to Trump said. “He saw the cult of personality broken.”

Even political observers are becoming increasingly concerned as well. Thursday morning, Trump demeaned the Island of Puerto Rico on Twitter posting that “Puerto Rico survived the Hurricanes, now a financial crisis looms largely of their own making.” says Sharyl Attkisson. A total lack of.”

“Accountability say the Governor. Electric and all infrastructure was disaster before hurricanes. Congress to decide how much to spend.”

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“We cannot keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders, who have been amazing (under the most difficult circumstances) in P.R. forever!”

Chief of Staff John Kelly denied Thursday that he “is not frustrated” with his job in the White House “but it is not the best job I have ever had. It is the hardest job I’ve ever had.” He added that he is not quitting the job and he does not believe he will be fired anytime soon.



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