White House Drama

Submitted by ub on Wed, 05/17/2017 - 09:01

The past few weeks have turned President Trump's White House into an exciting, emotional, and unexpected series of events or set of circumstances, which qualify as a drama.

Typically this is used by people who are chronically bored who seek attention. They attempt to drag other people in as a way of gaining attention or making their own lives more exciting.

Common risk factors of a dramatic person are:

1. Having one supposedly serious problem after another.

2. Constantly telling other people about one's problems.

3. Extreme emotionality or frequently shifting, intense emotions.

4. Claiming to have experienced negative events that are highly implausible.

5. A seemingly boring life, a difficult job or a seemingly monotonous or mundane life.

6. Making claims without sufficient evidence or a lack of detail about supposedly serious events.

7. A pattern of irrational behavior and outrageous or unexpected reactions to everyday issues or problems.

There has been talk about drama...

There have been obstruction of justice allegations...

There is even been a reference to the phrase let it go...