Steve Bannon’s and Donald Trump’s Lap Dance
If I was a psychiatrist dealing with a pathological liar, it would be hard to determine not only the person’s personality, but their own will in determining what thought processes occur in their own heads that make them a pathological liar. Most pathological liars embellish themselves rather than anyone else. It could be the structural form in their status that enables them to become more narcissistic even with their own wives assuming that the individual is married.
I was rather intrigued when Trump blasted Steve Bannon about his reaction regarding his removal from the White House. Trump claimed Bannon “cried like a baby when he was fired and begged for his job”. There’s no doubt Trump felt deeply wounded upon the release of Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury”. In the book, Steve Bannon indicated that Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian official alongside his brother-in-law Jared Kushner was “treasonous”.
Bannon stated, “The three senior guys in the campaign thought it was a good idea to meet with a foreign government inside Trump Tower in the conference room on the 25th floor – with no lawyers. They didn’t have any lawyers. Even if you thought this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad s***, and I happen to think it’s all of that, you should have called the FBI immediately.”
Here’s the difference between Bannon and Trump. Trump is not grounded; he has a habit of transcending everyone since he’s tasted his own grandeur and wild fantasies that seem to infiltrate his own mind. On the other hand, Bannon is a nationalistic Republican who wants to undermine the elites who feel they control the Republic as a whole. Bannon is a self-proclaimed Leninist that regards his own illness of feeling like he has to tear the establishment apart in order to establish his own delusions of grandeur.
Donald Trump’s self-fulfillment relies on believing that he has more billions than anyone else. God forbid if Forbes comes out with an article stating that Trump is now worth $2 billion rather than $3 billion. The reason why this would be a tragedy for Trump is because the disease of the brain prevents a man from thinking and acting like other normal men.
For instance, if we take a look at the equation behind Trump’s comment that Steve Bannon “cried like a baby and begged for his job”, we see an inconsistency and a certain particular train of ideas that attracts attention to Trump’s favorite perception of complete loyalty and subservience to enslave the lowest common denominator.
Since the book has been published, Trump has gone on record to say that Steve Bannon “has gone mad” and has “lost his mind”. Trump can not determine that Bannon may have a higher degree of intellectual independency. He’s trying to turn Steve Bannon into a lunatic that no one wants to listen to because of Bannon’s failure to conform to Trump’s sole victory as President of the United States.
One can clearly see that once Trump won the election, he embraced Steve Bannon as a pivotal force of rallying the tea party Republicans onto the Trump train. Unfortunately for Bannon, he couldn’t stomach having Kushner and his lap-dogged wife in the West Wing while he was behind all the great nationalistic decisions of making America great.
The real truth is that Steve Bannon was simply disgusted with a single image portraying the featured picture from this article. The image shows a teenage Ivanka Trump giving Donald Trump a lap dance while one disgusted onlooker observes in horror. Trump couldn’t stand Bannon’s mental alienation of Donald Trump and his statement that “the war will continue” after his removal from the Oval Office.
Amidst this crisis, a bizarre turn of events has unfolded. Bannon decided to apologize to Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr, and Jared Kushner. However, he was sure to leave Ivanka Trump out of the mix. Bannon stated, “Donald Trump Jr. is both a patriot and a good man. He has been relentless in his advocacy for his father and the agenda that has helped turn our country around. My support is also unwavering for the president and his agenda as I have shown daily in my national radio broadcasts.”
Bannon added, “The President of the United States is a great man. You know, I support him day in and day out.”
In response, Trump stated, “…he called me a great man last night, so he obviously changed his tune pretty quick.”
This goes to show you that Donald Trump is a pathological liar and that Steve Bannon never cried or begged for his job. For the two men it was a visible marriage of fondness and madness that only comprehended itself organically. Steve Bannon apologized to Trump because of his own idiosyncrasies and premature thoughts of a lap dance. Since Donald Trump is great, will he annul the marriage?
Maybe Joseph Conrad was right in immortalizing his book "The Heart of Darkness". It was the horror, but in this case it included the lap dance.
I’d like to thank Mike Ambrowic for his contributions to this article.