Impeachment Inquiries: What did Trump project on former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch?

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Florian Galler

Nov 21, 2019, 1:52:55 PM11/21/19
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Allan Hytowitz

Nov 21, 2019, 2:17:19 PM11/21/19
Dear Florian,

You described how "The success of Hitler's ability to use anti-Semitism to save his sanity was dependent, of course, upon there being millions of followers who shared his fantasies about poisonous enemies infecting the body of Europe. Much of Europe at that time shared Hitler's experience of a severely abusive childhood, and many shared his fantasy that the ills of the modern world were caused by the poisonous nature of Jews. When he used metaphors of blood in his speeches, saying the world was a constant warfare of one people against another, where "one creature drinks the blood of another," and that Jews were spiders that
"sucked the people's blood out," he was cheered on by millions who shared his fantasies.

That traumatized/abusive childhood likely applied to European females as well as males in making a typical European female more compliant to her male counterpart.

That European female subservience also might correlate to the fact that two of Donald Trump's wives were of immediate European ancestry and thereby likely more compliant to his narcissism.  

What likely infuriated Trump as to Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was that she was a "European female" who was NOT compliant to his narcissism and intimidation.

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Allan Hytowitz
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