MSNBC guest Josh Marshall compared President Trump to a murderer with a “killing finger” Tuesday.
On “All In With Chris Hayes,” Marshall said, “Most of us in confrontation, that’s unnerving. We avoid confrontation. When things are calm, [Trump] gets restless.”
“[Trump] starts to have a feeling that other people in the midst of confrontation–which is that they are anxious and need something to calm them,” Hayes responded.
Marshall responds, “Yes it’s sort of like a bad guy who’s killing finger gets a little itchy and they have to go after someone. That’s, that’s, I think that’s what’s really driving this.”
Marshall is the editor of Talking Points Memo.
Professor and liberal commentator Michael Eric Dyson also appeared on the segment.
Dyson stated that “We can never underestimate when it comes to Donald Trump. It’s the centrality of narcissism–‘If I’m not the guy doing the thing, then it doesn’t count. It doesn’t make a difference because I didn’t have a hand in doing it. If I don’t see my reflection in the water, the water is horrible.'”
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