Obviously you will be aware of the latest book called Fire and Fury, Inside the Trump White House and the latest revelations concerning the mental health of Donald Trump who seems to be loosing the plot with every passing day.
Personally I'm not overly surprised at these latest allegations as to me he didn't seem to be the most stable person even before he took on the onerous task of President of the United States of America.
Now I'm not a psychologist but a diagnosis of 'Barking Mad' or even the psychological diagnosis of 'not the full shilling' doesn't seem too wide of the mark to me.
The book written by Michael Wolff paints the President as impatient and unable to focus, prone to rambling and repeating himself, however Mr Trump has hit back on Twitter claiming to be a 'very stable genius' whose 'two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart'.
Personally I find it hard to think of anyone as really smart who uses the word 'like' in a sentence as a punctuation mark.
One has to worry when Mr Trump in a recent Tweet taunting the North Korean leader, King Jon-un boasting about his own 'much bigger and more powerful nuclear button'.
I have no idea where this will end but when two of the worlds most demented leaders are arguing amongst themselves about the size of their 'nuclear buttons' it will surely not end well for eventually one of them will have to admit to having a smaller one and this, where men are concerned is generally where it usually all kicks off.