Al Franken Reports Some Republicans Believe Donald Trump Is Mentaly Ill

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"I know that was comedy, but is it true that some Republican colleagues expressed concerns about Trump's mental health?" the CNN host asked.

"We all have this suspicion that, you know, he lies a lot. That's the same as lying, I guess".

In The Hill, Franken is quoted as saying Trump's tendency to lie or make unsubstantiated claims, such as his claim that massive voter fraud cost him the popular vote, is "not the norm" for a USA president or even a "human being". I'm on [the Senate] Indian Affairs [Committee].

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Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said that a few Senate Republicans were concerned about Trump's apparent troubles with the truth.

Senator Franken cited Mr Trump's groundless claim that he would have won the popular vote in the presidential race were it not for three million to five million immigrants in the country illegally voting for his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. Elizabeth Warren, where the president called the senator "Pocahontas", as racist.

'I heard this from a couple of my colleagues who were there, ' the Minnesota Democrat said, adding, 'I would have said something, ' before articulating how he would have stood up to the president. He would have told the president to stop doing this as it is unacceptable, and that it doesn't serve anybody.

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"And then some are harsher".

Franken also said he would have spoken up if he had been in the room this week when Trump reportedly told a group of Democratic senators: "Pocahontas is now the face of your party". There's a new one about people going in from MA.

'Is there ever a time, when you hear this buzz, and you're at home, you look in the mirror and you say to yourself, "I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and, doggone it, people like me".

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But there were many on Twitter who took Trump's side, arguing that Warren was wrong for labelling herself a Native American without being raised as a part of Native American culture.

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