Donald Trump and the Political Benefits of a Narcissistic Personality – The Atlantic

“The key to [effective] narcissism: Can you turn it off when you are listening to your advisers? Then it works. But when you are so narcissistic you can’t take advice from people, you ruin your relationships with your friends, your family. Then people won’t trust you. Then it can be very destructive.This article is from the archive of our partner National Journal.”  — more —

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