One night, New Hampshire Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick awoke to find himself in the ICU. He had been attacked by his son who was experiencing a mental health crisi
Simone Biles has certainly done plenty to make her country proud. The 24 year old gymnast has won countless gold medals including 4 from the 2016 Olympics and 19 more in various World Championships.
On Tuesday, the gymnast shockingly announced that she will no longer compete in the team portion of the 2020 games. The sexual assault survivor wanted to do what was best for her mental health.
Dr. Ronny Jackson began serving as the White House physician to Barack
Obama back in 2013. When Donald Trump took office in 2017, Jackson remained in the position.
The doctor first became known to the American public due to comments made about the condition of the clearly unhealthy Donald Trump. “He has incredibly good genes, and it’s just the way God made him,” Jackson said. “I told the President that if he had a healthier diet over the last 20 years he might live to be 200 years old.”
Dr. Ronny Jackson spent quite a long time as the Physician to the President. He began his tenure in the White House in 2013, serving under then President Barack Obama. When Donald Trump was elected, Dr. Jackson stayed on board serving under Trump until 2018.
For a long-time, bashing a political opponents health would be considered out of bounds. That was before the age of Donald Trump, however. The 45th President was downright giddy when he had to opportunity to talk about Hillary Clinton’s bout with pneumonia.
It's no surprise that Trump doesn't want to release a photograph of him making it more likely, not less, for more tragedies like Parkland to happen in the future.
"I think it's a disgrace that somebody is able to have something, do something like that. The libel laws are very weak in this country. If they were strong, it would be very helpful."
As Donald Trump's campaign manager Paul Manafort and his right hand man, who still works at the RNC, surrendered Monday morning after being indicted in the Russia investigation, President Trump tweeted about President Obama and the DNC.
The rhetoric surrounding this presidential election is not only disturbing for reaching new lows, but also for its effect on the electorate who must endure it or be left largely uninformed, which is unacceptable for the responsible citizen in a democracy. The toll the Trump campaign has had on the human spirit along with the weight of the congressional conspiracy cloud that follows Clinton everywhere she goes is exhausting and distressing.
This week, the President led an important conference with new initiatives on mental health, but it was overlooked in favor of other news.