In Don We Trust?

Submitted by ub on Fri, 12/14/2018 - 08:43

At last count, 33 individuals and three companies have been charged as a result of the special counsel’s #TrumpRussia probe.

The real truth about deception is that there is a difference when it comes to liars. What is the difference between a sociopath, a compulsive, a pathological, a chronic, and a habitual Liar?

A sociopath is typically defined as someone who lies incessantly to get their way and does so with little concern for others. He is goal-oriented to get his way. Sociopaths have little regard or respect for the rights and feelings of others. Sociopaths are often charming and charismatic, but they use their talented social skills in manipulative and self-centered ways.

A compulsive liar lies out of habit. Lying is his normal and reflexive way of responding to questions. Compulsive liars bend the truth about everything, large and small. For a compulsive liar, telling the truth is very awkward and uncomfortable while lying feels right. Compulsive lying is usually thought to develop in early childhood, due to being placed in an environment where lying was necessary. For the most part, compulsive liars are not overly manipulative and cunning, rather an automatic response which is hard to break and one that takes its toll on any relationship. Pathological Liar, Habitual Liar and Chronic Liar are used referring to a Compulsive Liar.

POTUS former fixer and ex-lawyer Michael Cohen says he paid hush money to 2 women because Trump was concerned about how their claims of affairs with him “would affect the election.” Trump has called Cohen a liar and denied directing him to break the law. Who do you believe? Ex-Trump lawyer: Hush money paid over election concerns

Americans have seen a breakdown in trust as development concerning hush money and Russian interference renew a national debate over the legitimacy of Trump’s 2016 campaign and his victory Electoral College…

Donald Trump’s extraordinary lies…