Previous President Donald Trump said journalist Maggie Haberman was like his “therapist” during one of their meetings, as indicated by Haberman’s new book.
Haberman, a White House journalist for The New York Times, led a progression of meetings with Trump for her impending book, “Certainty Man: The Creation of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America.”
“I love being with her, she resembles my specialist,” Trump told his associates during one of their meetings while he motioned to Haberman, as per an extract of the book distributed in The Atlantic.
Haberman composed that it was a canny yet “good for nothing line, without a doubt expected to compliment,” per The Atlantic.
“Actually he deals with everybody like they are his specialists — columnists, government associates, and individuals from Congress, companions and pseudo-companions and rally participants and White House staff and clients. All present an opportunity for him to vent or test responses or measure how his assertions are playing or find how he is feeling,” Haberman composed, as indicated by the passage.
The Times journalist, who covered Trump’s administration broadly, likewise composed that she was frequently approached to “translate” Trump’s activities, “however truly, eventually, practically nobody truly knows him.”
“He resolves things continuously before us all. En route, he reoriented a whole country to respond to his mind-sets and feelings,” Haberman composed, per The Atlantic. “Some understand him better than others, yet he is frequently basically, simply obscure, allowing individuals to understand importance and profundity into each activity, regardless of how void they may be.”