The biggest problem facing President Donald Trump is that the president is so narcissistic and so insecure.
And he has the most narcissistic and insecure president in history, according to a new study from Princeton University.
The study, conducted by Princeton’s Center for the Study of Presidential Leadership, also found that he is not doing a good job of keeping his promises, even as he tries to be the most powerful president in the world.
“The problem with Donald Trump, as I see it, is that he’s so narcissistic that he thinks he has a monopoly on the most important, most consequential job in the United States,” said Richard Epstein, a Princeton professor of government and public affairs and co-author of the report.
“And he’s insecure because he doesn’t want to be seen as weak.
And so the biggest challenge he faces is that there are so many people who are interested in his presidency, and so many of them think he can do the job well.”
While Trump has a reputation as a bully, Epstein said he is also a master strategist who can get things done.
“And if you look at his performance, he has very good, very competent advisers, and he’s doing well,” Epstein said.
The study also found the president has a problem with being able to communicate well with the American public, which makes it harder for him to govern.
The report found that only 35 percent of Americans trust Trump to make good on his promises when it comes to healthcare and taxes, compared to 58 percent for Democrats and 59 percent for Republicans.
That is the lowest level of trust since the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index began tracking those issues in 2008.
The researchers also found Trump has trouble managing conflicts, even when he is facing criticism.
For instance, in the wake of a shooting in Virginia, Trump refused to take responsibility for a mass shooting at the Republican Congressional baseball practice.
“I don’t think he has much empathy for the American people.
I think he’s got a deep-seated, deeply rooted, deep-rooted fear that he can’t really be trusted,” Epstein told Recode.
The president also has trouble keeping his promise to reduce the national debt by $1.4 trillion over 10 years.
The debt rose by $7.6 trillion between 2016 and 2020, the most recent year for which data is available, but only $2.2 trillion more than he promised during the campaign.
Trump, who has repeatedly promised to lower the debt by half by 2026, has yet to deliver on that promise, according the report, which noted that he has yet also failed to reduce spending or tax revenues to match his promises.
“He has a tendency to make promises he can never keep,” Epstein added.
“He’s just not a great communicator.
I’m not sure there’s much he can be done in the short term.”
The report also found presidents have difficulty keeping track of the billions of dollars that are being spent each year.
For example, in 2017, Trump spent more than $2 trillion on military and diplomatic spending.
The next year, he spent less than $1 trillion.
And in 2020, he also spent more that $2 billion on foreign aid.
Trump’s approval rating dropped from an all-time high of 77 percent in May to 68 percent in September, the last time he was surveyed.
That’s despite the fact that the White House has maintained a healthy level of public trust for the past six months, with 91 percent approving of the job Trump is doing, according a poll conducted by Gallup last month.
The survey also found Americans feel the economy is still struggling, but they are less optimistic about the country’s future.
The report found Americans still have a negative view of the economy and are worried about how they will receive help.
They are worried that they will be unable to retire, that the economy will slow down, that unemployment will increase, and that their children will not be able to make it to college.
Trump has also faced criticism for his handling of the aftermath of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
He blamed the violence on a “small group of people” that he blamed on the media, and said that the event was the result of an “overreaction by a small group of very misguided people.”
Trump has not taken a firm stance on the deadly violence in Charlottesville and his administration has not said if it will investigate the white supremacist group.
The administration has denied any wrongdoing, though a number of people have been charged with crimes.
Trump also is facing a backlash over his decision to remove Confederate monuments from public property.
A day after the president’s announcement, dozens of people gathered in front of the White Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. to protest the removal of the statues.
Some chanted “No hate, no fear, Americans united,” while others held signs that read “Make racism great again.”
Epstein said the protests were fueled by racism, not a desire to restore Confederate statues.”It’s