Not that Trump knew that he'd that he lost the election. I'll chalk that up to his willful ignorance; likely calculated, feigned willful ignorance.
Does Trump know right from wrong? According to today's testimony, he brought the full weight of the presidency and the cult he leads down onto the heads of an innocent, unassuming election worker, her mother and even her grandmother. Trump smeared these ordinary citizens by name. He called one "a professional election scammer". There was no evidence of Trump's allegations, of course. It was a bald-faced lie without substance. At the directions of the FBI, these women had to go into hiding because of the Trump cultists who were out for blood. They are still living in fear. Even if Trump was not a president, does he not know it's wrong to bear false witness? Does Trump lack the empathy to know what sort of hell he put this election worker and her family through?
Trump also put undo pressure on today's witnesses from Arizona and Georgia to violate their oaths of office, the US Constitution and their state constitutions by committing election fraud. Trump and his minions pressured state officials to change their states' electoral votes to Trump's favor. The harebrained scheme involved fake electors and counterfeit documents that purported to be certified electoral college votes. Did Trump not know that this ruse was wrong, even if he believed that he won the election. Does Trump not know it is wrong to induce somebody to commit a crime?
Some psychologists say that a person who doesn't know right from wrong is a psychopath or perhaps a sociopath. It is certainly an antisocial personality disorder.
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