Last month, therapists warned about a rise in anxiety stemming from the country’s politics, and it is being called “Trump Anxiety Disorder.”

A report from CBC News in Canada says that since President Trump was elected, mental health professionals in the United States have seen an increase in patients whose stress has come from politics.

A prevalent “symptom” of the “disorder” is feeling as though the world is going to end.

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Tonight on the Hannity Show, Fox News host Sean Hannity tore into the Washington Post for blaming Trump Derangement Syndrome on the mainstream media’s obsession with blaming President Trump for Hurricane Florence.

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He pointed to an column by the Washington Post editorial board titled “Another hurricane is about to batter our coast. Trump is complicit,” which pointed to Trump’s skepticism of human-induced climate change and his administration’s efforts to “dismantle” environmental regulations.

“The president has cemented the GOP’s legacy as one of reaction and reality denial. Sadly, few in his party appear to care,” the piece concluded.

In his opening monologue Wednesday, Hannity said the media’s Trump derangement syndrome is out of control.

 


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