Sexless White House May Be Impetus For Trump’s Half Cocked Presidency
A recent report warns that President Donald Trump’s apparent lack of marital relations could result in even greater instability around the oval office.
“There are many issues that can arise from a lack of sex in an insecure male, particularly one with a large ego and small hands,” said Barry Rudolph, a spokesperson for More On, the California think tank that conducted the study that included interviews with presidential scholars, gossip columnists and adolescent boys.
“Some of the psychological problems that comes from a sense of impotency can include heightened levels of anxiety, loss of self-esteem and pent up frustration. That in turn can manifest itself through false bravado, impulsive thoughts and disturbing behavior.
“Trump has always been a man who strokes his own manhood while demeaning woman,” said Rudolph, “and while he raves about his ‘beautiful wife’ Melania, he and the First Lady spend little time with each other. On the rare occasions they are seen together he seems indifferent and she appears uncomfortable.”
“It’s possible that Trump has lost his desire, he’s physically unable to rise to the occasion or she’s no longer satisfied being with him. Or, the president may find other means to gratify himself, not that anyone would want to speculate as to what that might be.”
Whatever the case, in the past when he felt the urge the thrice-married Trump has strayed outside his vows like a terrified child released from a cage. As president, however, he faces greater scrutiny and can no longer live the life of self-indulgence and boorishness that his money used to buy. For a man used to getting his own way he now has few options.
“The last President who is thought to have a near sexless marriage while serving in the White House was Richard Nixon,” Rudolph noted, “and look how that turned out.”